from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Characteristic of an economic slump.
- adj. Easily broken through; boggy; marshy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Easily broken through; boggy; marshy; swampy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marshy; swampy; boggy; easily broken through.
What you do have is Kenny Perry, a 48-year-old from Kentucky, a self-described nice guy and a good player; and Angel Cabrera, a former chain smoking kind of slumpy guy from Argentina.
The drive was long, and rather tiring, as the roads were beginning to get "slumpy," and here and there would come a place where the runners scraped bare ground.
Faith laughed, and gave little shrieks, alternately, as they rose triumphantly from deep, "slumpy" hollows, or pitched headlong into others again.
Thanks to Oprah Winfrey, I learned a new word that she madeup to describea slumpy woman.
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I am often here, in this very spot, completely comfortable with not at all caring a whit for the cute vagaries of indie hipsterdom, with its pallid skin and questionable sexual acumen and slumpy thirty-year-olds on skateboards.
Yesterday, and every day before it, she had always been aware of a weight on top of her and she had slouched around and annoyed teachers with her slumpy shoulders.
A year ago he had trouble getting up the stairs at the end of the day; now he lopes up after dinner and stands in the bedroom yelling at us while we change from work clothes to slumpy home clothes: TAKE ME OUT.
Just getting out of the house and talking to adults is what I do when I am feeling kinda slumpy.