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Definition of "callithump" [cal•li•thump]

  • A somewhat riotous parade, accompanied with the blowing of tin horns and other discordant noises. (noun)
  • A burlesque serenade; a charivari. (noun)

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Use "callithump" in a sentence
  • "Hardly anybody now alive is old enough ever to have seen and heard that boisterous old callithump known as a "dyke," which was famous enough once upon a time."
  • "I have the greatest respect for honorable toil, but even more for callithump."
  • "By the time I had pulled half-way down one row I could feel the callithump working."