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Noun: lump  lúmp
  1. A compact mass
    "a lump of mud caught him on the shoulder";
    - ball, clod, glob, clump, chunk
     
  2. An abnormal protuberance or localized enlargement
    - swelling, puffiness
     
  3. A large piece of something without definite shape
    "a lump of coal";
    - hunk
     
  4. [informal] An awkward stupid person
    - lout, clod [informal], stumblebum [N. Amer, informal], goon [informal], oaf, lubber, lummox [informal], gawk, clodpole [archaic, informal], clot [Brit], clodhopper [informal]
Verb: lump  lúmp
  1. Put together indiscriminately
    "lump together all the applicants";
    - chunk
     
  2. Group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side
    - collocate, chunk

Derived forms: lumping, lumps, lumped

Type of: accumulate, agglomeration, amass, clumsy person, collect, compile, enlargement, group, hoard, part, piece, pile up, roll up, symptom

Encyclopedia: Lump