- v. present participle of bump.
“Three people aboard the aircraft were taken to hospitals with minor, what he called bumping injuries.”
“Fire commissioner reporting just a short time ago that there three people on board the aircraft who were treated for minor injuries, what he described as bumping injuries.”
“So I mean, Cleopatra is involved in bumping off two brothers and a sister, and she knows that she couldn't trust any of them.”
“If I remember correctly this demand resulted in bumping Christa McCuliff (sp?) from Nelson's flight to the following fatal Challenger flight.”
“But fist bumping is catching on; can you imagine Obama greeting Putin with a good fist bump.”
“I like how fist bumping is sweeping the civilized world.”
“The neighbor kids take great delight in bumping the cars to see the lights flash and hear the racket.”
“Should I — with much shin bumping and lower-back wrenching — move the chairs into the shed?”
“The Tate have dedicated a room to the work of Tracey Emin - bumping her up a place from Young British Artist to a Great British Artist.”
“Anand Mahindra recalls bumping into an enthusiastic private equity investor at the World Economic Forum in Davos earlier this year.”
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