lumpish[ luhm-pish ]SEE DEFINITION OF lumpish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUMPISH
Was he a lumpish log, or was he a man all nerves and electricity?
There are no lumpish solidities—no pillowy protuberances here.
His hands hung nearly to his knees; he was heavy, short, lumpish.
It was pitiful for the country to see how lumpish her younger children were.
But most of them were in excellent condition -- fine, rounded bodies, not lumpish.
Winter condenses me, and makes me lumpish and sober; and then I can read all day long.
The owner was a lumpish, ungainly fellow, astonishingly bow-legged.
They were heavy, lumpish, red-faced young men, all rather like each other.
They are dear lumpish souls who like things straightforward as they sayall or nothing.
Yet the only servant he saw was the lumpish girl who had admitted him.