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phut

/fʌt/
noun
1.
a representation of a muffled explosive sound
adverb
2.
go phut, to break down or collapse
Word Origin
C19: of imitative origin
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  • A bullet went "phut" into the ground at my feet as I lay on a stretcher.

  • “In that case show me the road to the priestess,” said phut.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • Then phut left the gallery and went to his chamber on a higher story.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • The two priests went back to the garden, and phut was in solitude.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • The engine kept on with its rapid "phut, phut, phut" steadily, but the air-ship was sinking much more rapidly than it should.

    Stories of Inventors Russell Doubleday
  • And our escape, which had offered a most excellent chance of success, went "phut" accordingly.

    The Secrets of a Kuttite Edward O. Mousley
  • Then through the silence, from nowhere it seemed, a half-spent bullet whistled and buried itself with a spiteful "phut."

    Norman Ten Hundred

    A. Stanley Blicq
  • The streets along which phut and the slave passed were narrow for the greater part, crooked and full of holes.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • The journey had lasted rather long when all at once phut found himself before a low door with a multitude of bronze nail heads.

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski
  • Dost thou who hast entered,” asked the priest, pointing at phut, “know what this sign on the curtain signifies?

    The Pharaoh and the Priest Alexander Glovatski

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