Meaning of lumpily in English:

lumpily

adverb

See lumpy

‘But oatmeal sits, however lumpily, at the cutting edge of a revolution in the way we think about food.’
  • ‘Almost a century later, the chapter house was rebuilt, though rather lumpily, re-using some original stonework.’
  • ‘I wore a black unitard with a lumpily stuffed black pantyhose leg pinned to my backside.’
  • ‘In the midst of this instant lake sat the chicken coop, its roof blown away, and a flock of sodden, disgruntled, out of sorts hens perched lumpily atop it.’
  • ‘Some of the modern art sculptures on campus are rather alarming when they appear quite unexpectedly and lumpily out of the shadows in the corner of your eye.’