Lumpish meaning in English | Simple Explanation | Simple Dictionary


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.

Lumpish- Adjective
clumsy
unshaped
cloddish
slow-witted
dull
stupid
sluggish
cumbersome
heavy
heavy and ugly
tediously slow or dull
not graceful
awkward and stupid

Lumpish-Example

The word ‘Lumpish’ acts as an ‘Adjective’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ 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.

Lumpish-Synonym

The synonyms of the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.

awkward
clumsy
dull
cumbersome
stupid
graceless
sluggish

Lumpish-Antonym

The antonyms of the word ‘Lumpish’ are as follows.

coordinated
graceful

 


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