Meaning of lumpishness in English:


Pronunciation /ˈlʌmpɪʃnəs/


See lumpish

‘The filth, disease, and lumpishness which are evident in the wartime photos of her family, and actually took a visible toll on her ancestral embodiment, are experienced in the daughter and granddaughter's psychological life.’
  • ‘There's something about seals and sea lions - what we perhaps see as a lumpishness or loutishness, or the lack of excitement as they doze - that does not immediately endear them to humans.’
  • ‘It’s a combination of his personal habits, his lumpishness, and his unwarranted conceit that simply repulses me.’