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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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It is possible that the Ultima's lumpy side could have come from the objects.
CEO Rob Smith said: "As stated in previous announcements, sales are expected to continue to be lumpy until we further broaden our customer base and the markets we serve.
There are only four seats, with the rear two right above the rear wheels giving a very lumpy ride and still not leaving much in the way of legroom.
When publishing the results of the new metric, the "maximum steering delta", EI Consultants only utilized the test runs in which the "lumpy" tire was on the inside of the turn.
Lumpy pulled the boat around in about three to five feet of water, going crazy.
Acne results in unsightly spots that can burst and damage the skin, leaving scars in the form of craters, "ice-pick" holes, or an uneven lumpy surface.
They had sat us enticingly near the desert cabinet and every time it was taken out, Mrs Eats gasped audibly, fearful the last of the cake she was eagerly spying (I later learned it was amusingly called Lumpy Bumpy, which I found apt) would be snaffled.
Manama, May 10 (BNA):Twelve cattle have been diagnosed with the Lumpy skin disease (LSD) in a number of livestock farms and barns in Bahrain.
But by the next time I need it, it's always moldy or dried out and lumpy. So the last time I bought a bucket, I transferred the rest of the compound into a small pail, covered it and stuck it in the freezer.
Summary: The United Nations has launched an emergency vaccination campaign against lumpy skin disease and goat plague among animals brought to Lebanon by refugees fleeing Syria, a report said Thursday.
"Wild Animal Alphabet" is an alphabet sampler board book for toddlers from the Lumpy Bumpy series.
When these valves weaken or are damaged, our blood is allowed to flow back down the vein and can pool and create the swollen, lumpy veins we are familiar with.