Meaning of wham
Pronunciation: (hwam, wam), [key]
— n., interj., v., adv. whammed, wham•ming,
- a loud sound produced by an explosion or sharp impact: the wham of a pile driver.
- a forcible impact.
- (used as an exclamation suggestive of a loud slam, blow, or the like).
- to hit or make a forcible impact, esp. one producing a loud sound: The boat whammed into the dock. He whammed the door shut.
- abruptly; with startling suddenness: The car ran wham up against the building.
- wham (Thesaurus)