Noun(1) a lump on the body caused by a blow(2) something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings(3) an impact (as from a collision
Verb(1) knock against with force or violence(2) come upon, as if by accident; meet with(3) dance erotically or dance with the pelvis thrust forward(4) assign to a lower position; reduce in rank(5) remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied
(1) But they say the sales increase would only be a small bump to total industry sales, already exceeding $20 billion.(2) If you hit a major bump , you get bangs from the front suspension reminiscent of the previous model, which was certainly less than perfect dynamically.(3) A bump on the skull directly above one of these sections indicates that the particular faculty, called an organ, is more than normally developed.(4) They disappeared into the disco crowd with a thump and a bump .(5) Jane didn't remember falling asleep but she must have because she was jerked instantly awake when Ty drove over a large bump .(6) If not for the TV, I was sure I would have been able to hear the box jerk and bump across the attic floor at night.(7) I more or less slept through flight, wakened only occasionally by those Twilight Zone gremlins on the wings that make planes bump and jolt.(8) This helped bump it up two spots to the ninth largest in 2003 from the No.11 spot in 2002.(9) He said later, after being carpeted by the editor and having to apologise to the woman, that he distinctly heard the bump as she dropped the phone and a louder bump as she fainted.(10) It knocked her elbow hard enough to make a loud bump sound.(11) he was making the most of his bump of direction(12) Ever since Make Up's release, however, Hot Hot Heat have apparently been trying their damnedest to bump Interpol off the cover of the Post-Fame Jinx Handbook.(13) He heard a bump behind him and saw that the elf had slipped from his seat onto the ground.(14) In the next few years, we're going to see a bump in the population of 12-to 15-year-olds.(15) There were no physical injuries except the crew chief got a bump on the head.(16) Yarn used to produce the average cotton bump contains seed contamination which can cause problems with some face fabrics.
(1) bump into :: stamp in
1. bang ::
2. hump ::
3. protuberance ::
4. blow ::
5. hit ::
6. bounce ::
7. displace ::
8. dislodge ::
9. knock ::
10. happen ::
11. kick downstairs ::
Different Formsbump, bumped, bumping, bumps, bumpy
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