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- adj. Having hummocks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding in hummocks.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in or full of hummocks.
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The ice in the offing was of the "hummocky" kind, and drifting rapidly about with the tides, leaving us a navigable channel varying in width from two miles to three or four hundred yards.
"hummocky," and heavier than any we had seen since making Igloolik; some of the hummocks, as we afterward found, measuring from eight to ten feet above the surface of the sea.
The firing direction points only to impassible tangles of mountain laurel and hummocky swamp behind my earth filled 55 gallon drums for backstop.
On Wednesday, the space agency released new images of the hummocky surface as Dawn circled from an average altitude of 130 miles above the surface – the closest it'll get.
On the steeper slopes of hummocky ground there were banks of blaeberry and cowberry with a very deep layer of mosses.
Curled-up dogs lie in large circles on the hummocky shore ice, their rusty chains leading from a spike frozen into the ice like spokes on an old, buckled wheel.
There was a beech table half eaten into by a geometrically precise hummocky valley and a pair of side tables made from cardboard, with what looked like the ghosts of elegant 18th-century cabriolet-legged wooden tables hovering inside them.
The building materials? the rosy bricks, the russet hanging tiles, the massive oak beams, even the iron for hinges and latches? would have come from within a five-mile radius, which is why the house feels like a natural outcrop of the hummocky Sussex Wealden landscape in which it sits.
For the first few miles it was quite wide, and as I kept to the eastern side there was a great expanse of hummocky snow to my right.
They were all sprawled, posed, lounging on low benches and some hummocky hassocky things which seemed to have grown up out of the floor.