Origin of lumpy
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Objects more massive than a certain amount are more spherical than not, while punier specimens are lumpy and irregular.Saturn’s Death Star Look-Alike
Matthew R. Francis
October 19, 2014
But of course, states are lumpy, with pockets of wealth and poverty.Why the Republican Party’s Narrative on Income and Voting Failed
December 10, 2012
Save the lumpy reindeer sweaters for next year and pack up the black: make the rounds at holiday parties this week in bright red.Fashion Flash: Paint the Town Red
The Daily Beast
December 20, 2010
She came to the door and welcomed us inside as she had so many times before for Lumpy, Whitey, and even that boy Eddie Haskell.Farewell to Mrs. Cleaver
October 17, 2010
Most of it is turgid, lumpy, fuzzy in texture, squalid in intellect.Pipefuls
"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.
- full of or having lumps
- (esp of the sea) rough
- (of a person) heavy or bulky
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Word Origin and History for lumpy
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