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Definition of Lumpishly

Lumpishly
Lumpish Lump"ish, a. Like a lump; inert; gross; heavy; dull; spiritless. `` Lumpish, heavy, melancholy.' --Shak. -- Lump"ish*ly, adv. -- Lump"ish*ness, n.

Meaning of Lumpishly from wikipedia

- compulsively in a tone of unequaled feeble-mindedness" and "jiggles his lumpish body like an overripe eggplant." This court agreed with Giannoulas, and...
- stereotypes of Jews, etc.) ... The priests have big noses and gnarly faces, lumpish bodies, yellow teeth; Herod Antipas and his court are a bizarre collection...
- stereotypes of Jews.) [...] The priests have big noses and gnarly faces, lumpish bodies, yellow teeth; Herod Antipas and his court are a bizarre collection...
- Name Image Region Description Byaslag Prepared with cow or yak milk, this cheese has a lumpish curd and is somewhat sour in flavor....
- equivocal and improper sense, we call him melancholy, that is dull, sad, sour, lumpish, ill-disposed, solitary, any way moved, or displeased. And from these melancholy...
- Sumac, branches are absent of fine spray; smaller branches are thick and lumpish. Because of the absence of smaller branches and its later leafing, the...
- artist's usual finesse and is a retrospective of her work - "a fascinating if lumpish bit of Shermaniana." Movie critic colleague to Roberta Smith, Stephen Holden...
- effects of Ray Harryhausen." Halliwell's Film Guide described it as a "lumpish sequel to a sequel: even the animated monsters raise a yawn this time"...
- and Mail film critic wrote "The fault here is doubly Bartlett's, for his lumpish direction and hopeless screenplay. For a script that is based on a true...
- type, but with two "incarnations": ancient trolls, "creatures of dull and lumpish nature" in Tolkien's words, unable to speak; and the malicious giants of...