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Origin of clump
OTHER WORDS FROM clumpclumpy, clumpish, clumplike, adjective
Words nearby clump
Example sentences from the Web for clump
Fires can also destroy the natural clumps in soil, increasing their erodibility.California wildfires may give way to massive mudslides|Ula Chrobak|September 17, 2020|Popular Science
This finding suggests that these clumps of dark matter, in which individual galaxies are embedded, are denser than expected.
In that set, the team identified 13 cases of severe gravitational lensing by dark matter clumps around individual galaxies.
These observations indicate there are more high-density dark matter clumps in real galaxy clusters than in simulated ones, Meneghetti says.
As in the n-tuple method, in a CNN the pixels forming an image are analyzed in spatially adjacent clumps, but succeeding stages provide deeper analysis.
Mistletoe bushes clump on branches like something out of a Dr. Seuss book.
The drain clogs in the shower every few days, and the clump of tangled brown hair is springy between my fingers.Birth Control Made My Hair Fall Out, and I’m Not the Only One|Molly Oswaks|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Blood platelets clump together more slowly in chocolate eaters, the studies say.
For example, on Diaspora you clump people into “Aspects” like Friends, Family, and Acquaintances.
And in her right hand was a clump of hair that did not belong to her.
Chumru quickly picked out the house of a zemindar, or land-owner, which stood in its own walled enclosure behind a clump of trees.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
What was equally important, a thick clump of cottonwood and willow furnished tolerably secure concealment.
The broad veranda was shaded by a clump of tall banana-trees, swaying to and fro in the gentle breeze.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
It was nearly six weeks after the day that she had watched him as far as the clump of willows that he came again.Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline|Jennie M. Drinkwater
A horse or a tree or a clump of brush loomed up grotesquely in the vaporous blur.