[ UK /lˈʌmɒks/ ]
  1. an awkward stupid person
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How To Use lummox In A Sentence

  • It all added up to a marital mystery that had even the nosiest internet scandal merchants flummoxed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flummoxed by the question, she pressed him to explain.
  • Personally, I have been existentially flummoxed by those questions ever since my high school days in the late 70s, when I was "complimented" on my "white girl legs" and vilified for having "no ass". Alice Singleton: But Mr. Nivea, What if I Don't Have a Big Booty?: Well Kid, That's the (Moisturizing) Rub...
  • In my segment of over-privileged middle-class London, countless respectable parents are sheltering a great lummox of a son whose only apparent plan is never to amount to anything.
  • Civic officials are flummoxed as there is a ban on killing stray dogs.
  • But the latest poster campaign to hit the streets of Witham has flummoxed residents.
  • I mean, what gives her the right to call him a big lummox?
  • I have lived here for years and I still find myself utterly flummoxed by it on a regular basis. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm absolutely flummoxed by that question. Times, Sunday Times
  • According to the mag, a castmember from the past is making a return to the show … a return that is likely to flummox quite a few viewers, I think: Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » You’ll Never Guess Whos Returning To ‘Dexter’
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