lumpy

[ luhm-pee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lumpy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUMPY

Most of it is turgid, lumpy, fuzzy in texture, squalid in intellect.

"That'll be the best place for the tenderfoot," growled Lumpy Bates.

Lumpy was so taken by surprise that he had no time to save himself.

Lumpy gave no heed to the command, but broke into a run for Stacy.

At first Lumpy did not know what had caused his pony to fall.

He was telling the Professor about your mix-up with Lumpy Bates.

"Did you see what that—that——" bellowed Lumpy as Tad rode up to him.

"Lumpy's got on the grouch that won't come off," grinned Big-foot.

Built substantial and heavy, Joey was, but not lumpy, like Marjorie.

They may not notice it in the provinces, for I dare say they are lumpy and heavy there, too.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LUMPY

gawky

adjectiveclumsy

knobby

adjectiveknobbed
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