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lump

(lŭmp)
n.
1. An irregularly shaped mass or piece.
2. Medicine A swelling or small palpable mass.
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Kane had been getting lumps kicked out of him and the French ref finally booked Vahagn Minasyn but Alashkert were hit harder than that as Saints took the lead in 34 minutes.
Loves testing ground and, with the bonus of getting lumps of weight from his rivals, could cause an upset.
That's what it was like in England at times - I spent two seasons getting lumps kicked out of me, because teams just want to fight and tussle.
We all thought Manchester City might not like travelling away and getting lumps kicked out of them but will Portsmouth be able to catch them?
In fact, he was just beaten a head by Florida Pearl, although he was getting lumps of weight.
The nine-year-old failed to notch a four-timer at Market Rasen on Sunday when beaten 10 lengths by Transit, who was getting lumps of weight.
Albert Ennis's seven-year-old was getting lumps of weight from La Landiere in a novices' handicap chase but it was a meritorious performance nonetheless.