[ UK /bˈʌmpi/ ]
[ US /ˈbəmpi/ ]
  1. covered with or full of bumps
    a bumpy country road
  2. causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements
    a rough ride
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How To Use bumpy In A Sentence

  • The sound is a direct descendant of old skool UK garage, the bumpy beats of yore with rubbery basslines and cutting edge sampling techniques, taking in everything from soul to electro to jazz to blue grass.
  • But it could be a bumpy road to get there. Times, Sunday Times
  • We, being my partner Brett and I, set forth to the agreed hotspot, taking a 25 minute journey along a bumpy and seldom travelled track known only to a select few.
  • The cart moved off along the bumpy road towards the rocky mountains in the distance.
  • They have had a bumpy ride since a profit warning last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dynamic attributes of the C-MAX are good, with dependable handling on twisty roads and the car holds its line on bumpy surfaces.
  • The business has had a bumpy ride over the last twelve months, but profits are growing again now.
  • Both drivers were very happy with the car in its Monaco configuration, and we got encouraging results on the tyres, as well as the set-up adaptations required for the bumpy street surface and the new parts on the car.
  • We braced ourselves for a bumpy landing.
  • It was, as you would expect, a pretty bumpy flight. The Sun
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