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He was called a good fellow,only a little lumpish,and as he was brave and faithful, he rose in time to be a shipmaster.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
The boys cast glance because it relieved their heaviness; things were lumpish and gloomy that day of the week.
LORD ORMONT AND HIS AMINTA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
After he had finished, I lay across the sloping cellar door, lumpish and still, inwardly a shaking jelly of horror.
TRAMPING ON LIFEHARRY KEMP
The great lumpish-looking heads and square-cut faces of the creatures looked frightful at this point in the fight.
FAST IN THE ICER.M. BALLANTYNE
It may be they will be as good as a pair of spurs to prick on thy lumpish heart in this rich journey.
THE HEAVENLY FOOTMANJOHN BUNYAN
It seemed like some lumpish berg guarding an arctic, locked-up bay where ships lay dead.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
Done in brute silence, with a lumpish look and a clumsy gait, the work was perfectly well done nevertheless.
THE LAW AND THE LADYWILKIE COLLINS
Water-wheels, investors, steam-engines—and the lumpish lad all in a glow, talking away nineteen to the dozen.
ROBERT ELSMEREMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
But Enid was somehow languid, listless, even lumpish, and Mrs. Thompson did nearly all the looking and talking.
MRS. THOMPSONWILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL
There is Daddy, a lumpish person with some gift for playing Indian games when he is in the mood.
DANGER! AND OTHER STORIESARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

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