lumpy

Part of speech: adjective

Full of lumps; gross.

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Usage examples "lumpy":

  1. He picked up his coat from the grass and brought out of a pocket a lumpy little bundle tied up in a quiet clean, coarse, blue and white handkerchief. - "The Secret Garden", Frances Hodgson Burnett.
  2. The Karroo is pre- eminently lumpy. - "Six Months at the Cape", R.M. Ballantyne.
  3. Even at this remote date I cannot recall that experience with Captivity, involving as it did the wood- cut representing the unfortunate Rogers standing in an impossible bonfire and being consumed thereby in the presence of his wife and their numerous progeny, strung along in a pitiful line across the picture for artistic effect- even now, I say, I cannot contemplate that experience and that wood- cut without feeling lumpy in my throat and moist about my eyes. - "The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac", Eugene Field.