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[ bam ]


  1. a loud thud, as that produced when two objects strike against each other with force.

verb (used without object)

, bammed, bam·ming.
  1. to make or emit a bam.



abbreviation for

  1. Bachelor of Applied Mathematics.
  2. Bachelor of Arts in Music.
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Word History and Origins

Origin of bam1

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Example Sentences

Then, in May 2016, Scotland would become independent—and suddenly, bam, those 40-odd Labour-held seats would vaporize.

And when rappers battle one another with their wits and words, it is similar to the bam-pow!

Also, who thought it was okay to let Sylvester Stallone end a scene by saying “Ba Bam” and walking out of a room?

At the BAM screening, most shades of hair color that are chromatically possible were in evidence.

“People have been feeding their kids that way for thousands for years,” she said at the BAM QA.

As a diplomatist he could scarcely show more indifference to the Alabama claim, if the claim itself were All a Bam.

When struck at one end, it emits the sound bim; when struck at the other, a clear-toned bam is produced: hence its curious name.

Dose boy sweat lak' horse bam-bye—wake up weak like babee—open hees eye.

But dose medicine ees ver' good—mak' you feel all bully hon top your inside, bam-bye.

There is no dump heap behind the converted paint bam, for the very good reason that practically there is nothing to dump.


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