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hump·back

(hŭmp'bak),
Nonmedical term for kyphosis or gibbus.

humpback

/hump·back/ (hump´bak) kyphosis.

humpback

(hŭmp′băk′)
n.
1. See hunchback.
2. A humped upper back.

hump′backed′ adj.

humpback

[hump′bak]
Etymology: Du, homp, thick slice; AS, baec
See kyphosis.

hump·back

(hŭmp'bak)
Nonmedical term for kyphosis or gibbus.

humpback

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Horseman turned off into an industrial estate and went through the red light which controls a humpback bridge, still doing an incredible 80mph.
Indeed, the old three-span humpback bridge that stands alongside the new crossing was 250 years old, one of the few not renewed by Thomas Telford during his upgrade of the A5 London to Holyhead road
It is believed she had left her car on a humpback bridge and walked in front of it to open a gate.
Police said he suddenly left the motorway and joined the A46; he sped over a humpback bridge and crashed into a lamppost.
The car was said to have been travelling at "competitive speed" – at least 60mph – and seemed to lose control as it crossed a small humpback bridge.
The Springs, a mile down a narrow country lane and across an even narrower humpback bridge off the A44 between Evesham and Pershore, sits in scenic splendour and boasts views across the River Avon to Bredon Hill.
Rashid launched the vehicle into the air as it went over a humpback bridge near Kirklevington Prison at an estimated 80-90mph.
A new bridge across the canal lock sweeps in a semi circle giving shallow gradient access for the wheelchair and buggy users, which is a huge improvement on the old narrow humpback bridge.
It went over a humpback bridge and negotiated a right-hand bend before veering into Miss Welsh's lane and colliding with her car.
Special track includes several different styles of chicane, cross-over tracks, crossroad track and humpback bridge.
An impassable humpback bridge blocked the way and driver who had manoeuvred us along some of the trickiest only an hour's walk would take us to our goal.
The bus, carrying 75 pupils from Cowbridge Comprehensive School, was travelling through the schoolboy's home village of Ystradowen when it careered off a narrow humpback bridge.