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Synonyms for bump

Synonyms for bump

to come together or come up against with force


to proceed with sudden, abrupt movements


to lower in rank or grade

bump into: to find or meet by chance

bump off: to take the life of (a person or persons) unlawfully

violent forcible contact between two or more things

an unevenness or elevation on a surface

a small raised area of skin resulting from a light blow or an insect sting, for example

Synonyms for bump

a lump on the body caused by a blow

come upon, as if by accident

dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward

remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied


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High Time also provides products for men, including Bump Stopper Razor Bump Treatment and Bump Stopper Medicated Shaving Gel.
I know you might have built these bumps because of crazy drivers, careening though our capital's streets too fast.
Dr Helen Ashdown of the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford said: "It may sound odd, but asking patients whether their pain worsened going over speed bumps on their way in to hospital could help doctors in a diagnosis.
Bumps had a building designed and ready to build for that lot but found the cost: too high.
The same applies from Skelton to Nunthorpe and Middlesbrough Golf Club - not a speed bump to be seen, only a "light up" speed sign going out of Nunthorpe.
Fixture vendors need to be a partner in soldered bump development.
Carys Tudor Williams lives just off Sontley Road, in Wrexham, where 300 people signed a petition for the removal of speed bumps in 2005.
Contrary to popular belief, speed bumps actually increase noise levels.
As for speed bumps, after driving round the city and its outskirts, it feels like you have gone 10 rounds with Tyson.
After five years of trials, the Transcalm bump is set to be used in London and Birmingham.
Through his ski school, called Bumps for Boomers, Nevin has won over skiers such as Jeff Adler, president and co-CEO of Starwood Vacation Ownership, the parent company of the Sheraton and Westin vacation interval ownership companies.
In A, the PCI Express signal lines have additional bumps to match trace lengths, whereas these bumps are not required for PCI bus lines.
As power requirements and operating frequencies increase, more and more designs will look toward ball bumps as an interconnect solution.
Bumps visible to the naked eye cover the insect's back.
Pimentel suffered various bumps and bruises but was otherwise uninjured, officials said.