Austen's early fiction is outrageous, inventive, bumptiously
irreverent, and even (as she herself might say) inelegant; most of Gillray's visual satires are all that and more, bloody and violent, scabrous and scatological and even revolting.
It was a perfect experience of the work, bumptiously
unspooling the entire visit and highlighting the oeuvre's off-kilter poise.
It moved next into core high-school courses where districts found themselves with teacher shortages--math, science, foreign languages--and has been growing bumptiously
, and in a dozen directions, ever since.
Absent are most of the expected vices and virtues of the young poet: no technical howlers; no tears for a lost garden of earthly delights; no ranting and raving against the established society; no bumptiously
imperative subjective moods.
sexist officer in "Rich and Rare were the Gems She Wore," though the colleen in the case is more than a little inclined towards the virginal.