Synonyms for hump
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The only height she remembered was the Puy de Dome, rounded off at the summit like a hump.
And then we should have to hump the lime at least half a mile up from the beach.
We should have to hump treble the weight of the lime we should get after burning them.
I should want my camel on wheels, with a railin' around his hump.
If we hump ourselves we ken cross the divide afore the road is blocked.
Capylus: a hump on the Tupper side of the segments of many larva.
I declare that the hump seemed the one normal thing about it.
I got sick for the whinin' of a rope, wanted to hump over the hills after cows' tails.
He's got no call to crawl my hump when you boys are doin' the best you can.
A close study of this mad dressing shows that there is always a "hump."
1680s (in hump-backed), from Dutch homp "lump," from Middle Low German hump "bump," from Proto-Germanic *hump-, from PIE *kemb- "to bend, turn, change, exchange." Replaced, or perhaps influenced by, crump, from Old English crump. A meaning attested from 1901 is "mound in a railway yard over which cars must be pushed," which may be behind the figurative sense of "critical point of an undertaking" (1914). Humpback whale is from 1725.