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Synonyms for hump


get the hump


  • sulk
  • mope
  • be in the doldrums
  • get the blues
  • be down in the dumps

Synonyms for hump

an unevenness or elevation on a surface

to incline the body

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The committee is currently working to identify and inspect all unauthorised humps constructed haphazardly along different roads in the country.
Gonzales will personally be signing newly-released copies of Hump, as well as perform a few songs from the record already considered to be one of 2015's best albums.
Flying the Hump, was the name given by American pilots to flying over the treacherous air currents of the Himalaya Mountains during World War II.
So many books have been written about the pilots and aviation history of World War II that one might wonder about the need for yet another story; but Hump Pilot: Defying Death Flying the Himalayas During World War II offers up something different; although it starts off with the usual biographical mechanism of examining the life of one American pilot.
Hump Pilot: Defying Death Flying the Himalayas During World War II is the true-life memoir of Ned Thomas, an American pilot who participated in the largely forgotten Hump War.
Bactrian camels can live 50 years, stand 7 feet tall at the hump, and weigh up to 1,800 pounds.
In Maschen, Siemens installed both hump facilities in the yard with ultra-modern Trackguard Cargo MSR 32 type hump control technology, which includes the route and speed control units for all points, retarders and propelling systems, as well as the radio-based integration of the humping locomotive for variation of the humping speed.
Also, signs are being installed to indicate the existence of speed humps (Speed hump ahead).
Group C results: Erimus B 7 Princess Alice 2, St Mary's A 6 Middlebeck 3, Western 6 Camels Hump 3, C Hump 5 Erimus B 4, Midd 5 P.
Given the exploits of the strategic bombing campaign in Europe during World War II, it is not surprising that we hear or know relatively little about what was arguably the toughest flying environment encountered by and the most demanding air campaign executed by the US Army Air Forces (AAF)--the trans-Himalayan airlift known as the Hump.
Other work, while still necessary, got pushed ahead to some indeterminate date in the future: fixing the fences (done), installing electricity upstairs (still to do), dig a pond (done), and fix the hump in the floor (still to do).
Mafia leader Llewellyn Morris Humphreys, better known as Murray the Hump, is the third cousin of Lord Dafydd Wigley, the former Caernarfon MP and AM.
Former Plaid Cymru leader Lord Wigley visited the US for the programme that probed the background of his third cousin, the legendary mafia man Llewellyn Morris Humphreys, aka Murray the Hump, pictured right.
I'm-a get, get, get, get, you drunk, "Get you love drunk off my hump.
It is suggested instead that "one drives with one wheel on the hump and one wheel on the road, alternating sides on the speed humps where possible," it is a case of damage to tyres or damage to the springs