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lumpy (adj.)

1707, "abounding in lumps," from lump (n.) + -y (2). In early 19c. slang, "drunk." Among sailors, of the sea when forming small waves in rough water, from 1857. Related: Lumpiness.

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Definitions of lumpy

lumpy (adj.)
like or containing small sticky lumps;
Synonyms: chunky
lumpy (adj.)
having lumps; not smooth and even in texture;
lumpy gravy
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