adjective, lump·i·er, lump·i·est.
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OTHER WORDS FROM lumpylump·i·ly, adverblump·i·ness, nounun·lump·y, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for lumpy
A truly strange, lumpy, funny, wise book that seems to both praise and blame human passion, and romance, and aspiration … The reason it didn’t click before, I think, was that life was too fast.9 Authors on the Books That Got Them Through a Year of the Pandemic|Annabel Gutterman|March 12, 2021|Time
Co-founder Leif Abraham told TC’s Alex Wilhelm in December that the company’s growth has been consistent instead of lumpy, expanding at around 30% each month.Robinhood’s pain is Public’s gain as VCs rush to give it more money|Mary Ann Azevedo|February 11, 2021|TechCrunch
Whether you just bought a new bed, or the pillow you’ve been using is old, lumpy, and smelly, getting a new pillow is never a bad idea.
Their lumpy bodies increase drag, making ships work harder and burn more fuel.Student scientists work to help all of us survive a warmer world|Bethany Brookshire|October 21, 2020|Science News For Students
Objects more massive than a certain amount are more spherical than not, while punier specimens are lumpy and irregular.
As the ground under foot grew unusually lumpy, I worried I was stepping on tombs.
But of course, states are lumpy, with pockets of wealth and poverty.Why the Republican Party’s Narrative on Income and Voting Failed|Alex Klein|December 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She may face complications down the road, which is why she included a picture of her once-lumpy backside in her book, Shot Girls.Illegal Butt Injections Are on the Rise and Women Are at Risk|Lizzie Crocker, Caitlin Dickson|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Save the lumpy reindeer sweaters for next year and pack up the black: make the rounds at holiday parties this week in bright red.
Mademoiselle set the tray which she brought in upon a small table near at hand, and seated herself once again on the lumpy sofa.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
"I think he must have wound them himself," remarked Louise, shaking her head over the lumpy, unsymmetrical ball she held.The Story of the Big Front Door|Mary Finley Leonard
"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.