1. mentally sluggish
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How To Use lumpish In A Sentence

  • Silent and lumpish, he seems to live chiefly through the random fixations of his senses.
  • Once wide awake, even enterprising, they slowly become dilatory, leaden, slow, laggard, and lumpish.
  • It is clumpish and the flowers last, um, I don’t really know the answer to that one. Wildflowers Of May* « Fairegarden
  • She feels it hanging round her like a great, lumpish stone.
  • For the kids the knee-jerk tourist products are wooden toys, but they are lumpish, boring objects, unlikely to appeal to any but the most simple-minded of toddlers.
  • The hands, however, did no good, for she was scarcely a few feet in the door when she tripped heavily over something large and lumpish, and half face-planted into a wall, legs still tangled in the object she'd tripped over.
  • The buildings are formed from quite blunt, lumpish volumes, which are then cut and deformed according to an abstract procedure.
  • Dolements could beset anyone, but especially a fiddlefaced glumpish fellow whose grum and glum afflicted all of his friends and neighbors with a severe outbreak of the humpy-grumpies. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 1
  • I shall go all gloomy and glumpish if you scold me as soon as we get here, " complained Snubby. The Rubadub Mystery
  • My thesaurus lists all these unattractive equivalents: indolent, somnolent, lumpish, torpid, lax, good-for-nothing… and so on.
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