Idioms about bum
- living or traveling as or in a manner suggesting that of a hobo or tramp.
- in a state of disrepair or disorder: The oven is on the bum again.
Origin of bum1
Words nearby bum
Other definitions for bum (2 of 2)
Origin of bum2
How to use bum in a sentence
Neither high-rise nor bikini style, it sits a couple of inches below the belly button and provides full bum coverage—nothing fancy, just a classic fit.
So, if you were ever bummed out in the way Feld suggested, cheer up—the reality is much more complicated than the headline.Why You May Have More Friends Than Your Friends Do - Facts So Romantic|Joshua Holden|August 20, 2021|Nautilus
So in late 1975, they bummed around all up and down the California heartland, casing various country towns and accounting for their advantages and disadvantages.
I glanced up and saw it was none other than the stranger who had bummed cigarettes from us.
When I was 27, I quit my job to travel and ski-bum, and by that point I had managed to save a small sum that could float me for a year.Young, Dumb, and Broke: Why Outdoorsy Types Suck at Money|jversteegh|July 13, 2021|Outside Online
Rumours that Lego are producing a new clip-on Pippa Bum are unfounded.
Bum-boats selling goods before sunrising and after sunsetting are very hardly dealt with.
So Jack gave the cow to the man and took the Bum-clock himself, and started for home.
And when the man lifted the Bum-clock and put it in his pocket, everybody stopped jigging and dancing and everyone laughed loud.
An intelligent correspondent suggests that brandy would be about the thing, but that it should be labelled "Bay Bum."
They served us desserts made with Bum Berry goo As we danced to the tune of the didgeridoo.FreeChildrenStories.com Collection|Daniel Errico
British Dictionary definitions for bum (1 of 2)
Word Origin for bum
British Dictionary definitions for bum (2 of 2)
- living as a loafer or vagrant
- out of repair; broken
Word Origin for bum
Other Idioms and Phrases with bum
In addition to the idioms beginning with bum
- bum around
- bum out
- bum rap
- bum steer
- on the blink (bum)