View definitions for bumper
adjective as in plentiful
adjective as in plentiful/plenty
noun as in buffer
noun as in cushion
noun as in fender
Silverman was sure that she hadn’t so much as smudged his bumper.
Some bolt on metal bars that extend from the vehicle’s frame and out under the bumper, forming a hoop that you can use to attach lights.
Although annual statistics for engagements are virtually nonexistent, there’s evidence to suggest the coronavirus pandemic has produced a bumper crop.
We’ve all had the experience of sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic with nothing but miles of red taillights ahead, wishing we could somehow break away from the pack and zoom off to our destination traffic-free.
It looked so good like this that I almost regretted the need for bumpers.
To accompany breakfast or lunch, there's hibiscus lavender tea or locally roasted Bumper Crop coffee.
Bumper stickers proclaiming “Gitmo Saves Lives” can be purchased at keepamericasafe.com for $5.
Bumper stickers have even been printed that say "No to the murtazeqa," beside a silhouette of a man wearing a yellow hardhat.
Bumper looked in Jimsy's and Wheedle's eyes, and saw they were pink, but he was still doubtful.
That was an answer good enough for any rabbit, and Bumper should have been satisfied, but he had a very inquisitive mind.
Bumper promised not to be spoilt by listening to what little girls said, and then eagerly repeated his question.
Rabbits don't like to be called by two different names, and if I was you, ma'm, I'd keep on calling him Bumper.
Which was true, but Bumper went to sleep dreaming of a million questions he would ask his mother in the morning.
On this page you'll find 166 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bumper, such as: ample, bountiful, fertile, generous, productive, and prolific.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.