lumpy


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Synonyms for lumpy

unwieldy or clumsy, especially due to excess weight

Synonyms for lumpy

like or containing small sticky lumps

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having lumps

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Otjozond intends to produce the lumpy concentrate which involves a gravity separation plant after crushing and screening to produce 500,000 tpa of product containing 36 to 40% manganese.
75 steak & kidney pie & chips dressed crab salad raspberry roulade chocolate lumpy bumpy 2 children's ice creams total the facts pounds 9.
Of all the chickens we've had over the years, Lumpy was our favorite," said Ed Wesely.
Not daring to venture far from the kitchen, I pull a dusty 1920s Agatha Christie mystery from the bookcase and lounge on the lumpy couch.
However, the slime mold that he's found is past its blob phase and is starting to form spores by thickening into a lumpy mass indicative of its other common name, scrambled-egg slime.
It's so sketchy, slow, slippery, and lumpy that the most basic trick is difficult.
For those who've figured out that the meaning of existence can be baffling even for people past puberty, though, Far Side of the Moon is a sometimes lumpy but often beautiful study of a wayward life.
In the bottom quarter of the canvas, behind a puke green iron-lattice railing that seems spatially disconnected from the rest of the scene, sits a modern-looking woman who appears to have discovered a lumpy dead body, beside which a saw--one of many unused bits of equipment in these paintings (reminiscent of Durer's "Melancholie" etchings, 1513-14)--leans against a wall.
Players including Joe Cole and Ledley King took time off from training to pose with a lumpy ball, urging men to check themselves regularly for unusual lumps.
Undeterred, Roo sets out alone and sure enough, he happens upon a baby heffalump called Lumpy, a kind of purple elephant with an adorable giggle.
In meeting a young, playful Heffalump named Lumpy, Roo quickly learns an important lesson: Heffalumps are nothing like what he's been told, and he has much more to gain by befriending Lumpy than fearing him.
Myles, now 5, is a small-built, high-energy boy with thick curly hair and precocious verbal skills: He recently described his new cocker spaniel as having ears that are "soft and sort of lumpy.
Cabbage came a close second followed by overcooked veg, lumpy mash and lumpy custard.
The dome will prevent the crushed salt from contaminating water courses or becoming lumpy and clogging the gritting machinery.
The layout is a bit lumpy and the texts tend to be about Being Dutch Architects in the Twenty-First Century - but buy it.