Lumpish meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Lumpish’ is explained in simple English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.
‘Lumpish’ pronunciation= lum-pish, lampish, lampis
Lumpish meaning in English
The word lumpish has more than one meaning.
1. Resembling a lump, roughly or clumsily formed (unshaped).
2. Not very intelligent or smart, having a sluggish mind; dull; stupid (person).
3. Having a heavy appearance; moving clumsily, slowly, or ponderously.
4. Fairly fat and not graceful; Lacking sharpness and grace in physical movement.
5. Heavy and awkward; especially due to excess weight.
|heavy and ugly|
|tediously slow or dull|
|awkward and stupid|
The word ‘Lumpish’ acts as an ‘Adjective’.
Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.
▪ All is dull, plodding, and lumpish.
▪ Though you are lumpish; you’re harmless too.
▪ Coconut shell charcoal is fired by the shell of cocoa, its form is lumpish or mealy.
▪ Continental soldiers looked lumpish beside our lean-bred fellows.
▪ He was a good fellow but only a little lumpish.
▪ The creature looked frightful because of his large lumpish head.
▪ He is heavy to lift in his present lumpish condition.
▪ The village was surrounded by huge lumpish hills.
▪ It seemed like some lumpish hill guarding the village.
▪ Tom is a calm and lumpish man.
▪ He was a lumpish and growling engineer.
▪ I was sitting on the lumpish stone near the bank of the river to catch fish.
The synonyms of the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.
The antonyms of the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.