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Synonyms for hump

carry

get the hump

Synonyms

  • 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

Synonyms for hump

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In an ideal world, the hump has a combination of bottom types such as rock, gravel, and sand, along with some weedgrowth.--Walleye In-Sider staff
CAMELS have either one or two humps - two in the case of the bactrian or Asian camel and one in the dromedary or Arabian camel.
That is one spot where a hump has been placed," Loukaides explained.
'No person, natural or juridical shall construct/install any hump or any protuberance or any public road within the territorial jurisdiction of the City without approval from the City Mayor through the City Transport and Traffic Engineering and Infrastructure Division (TEID) of the City Transport and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO),' the proposed ordinance said.
The distracting hump is so far described as "the largest in the industry" which some reports have described as "ugly." That's not all, the square hump might also be present in iPhone XR2 which is said to only have a dual-camera module.
This is one of the myths people have that the camels store in their hump the water that they drink.
One in four (25%) people who have driven over a speed hump said it damaged their car.
Two intrepid summit baggers chose iconic Scottish sea stack, the Old Man of Hoy, as their final "HUMP".
(i) Conducting a field study to examine the impact of speed hump characteristics on hump-crossing speed for different vehicles types
* The 409 Hump, which makes reference to its depth.
FOR more than 30 years they have been giving motorists the hump.
The special committee's head, Abdulaziz al-Sada, who is also a consultant for Safety Operations and Traffic Control in the Roads Maintenance Department at Ashghal, said 102 requests were rejected and 223 are pending field inspection to assess if there is a real need for a speed hump.
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.