from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Covered or filled with lumps.
- adj. Thickset or cumbersome.
- adj. Exhibiting short jumbled waves; choppy: lumpy seas; a lumpy channel.
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- adj. Full of lumps, not smooth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of lumps, or small compact masses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding in lumps or small aggregated masses; consisting of or formed into lumps.
- Heavy; clumsy; dense; dull.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having lumps; not smooth and even in texture
- adj. like or containing small sticky lumps
And as you know by following us, it has been and I'll use the word lumpy again quarter-over-quarter.
So we continue to use the word lumpy for a lot of our results, but that's basically the nature of our business.
So when I use the word lumpy, I mean it can be really lumpy.
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One supposed breakthrough is the discovery that CO2 is not "well-mixed" through the global troposphere (mid-level atmosphere), but is actually "lumpy" - distributed in higher concentrations in two "belts" circling the globe, especially in Northern hemisphere, which is more heavily industrialized.
"There are increasingly opportunities we can buy, and these opportunities are what I'd call lumpy and large."
Knowing his character well, the sturdy wife of Grabantak had made up her mind that Koyatuk should wed a young intelligent, and what you may call lumpy girl named Chukkee, who was very fond of the huge and lazy youth, and who, being herself good-natured and unselfish, would be sure to make him a good wife.
-- Colonel Mundy, in _Our Antipodes_, says that the word _nugget_ was, before the days of gold digging, used by the farmers of Australia to express a small thick bullock, such as our English farmers would call a lumpy one, or a little great one.
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