from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To be sullen; to sulk.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To manifest sullenness; to sulk.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To show sullenness by one's manner; appear sulky.
- n. A sullen, sulky fellow.
- n. plural The sulks.
You can pipe it on with a pastry bag, or glump it on with a big spoon.
'That way,' he said, ''Tis a twa-three days' ganging to Alfric's cot, so off we glump. '
They would stare at us fixedly for a while; and then would glump down out of sight like submarines.
I'll divide it by AL/NL, because two blocks of 14 is easier to read than one giant glump of 28.
This having mecha mixed in won't make me watch it either, though i suppose Kaio will be happy to glump the machinised piece of basketball and whatever destruction comes along with it.
*glump* Nao ai haz teh teerz in mai aies awl ober again!
splainy veja du – the feeling that none of this happened glump – group+lump
They’ll swallow me in one mouthful — glump! — like that!”
Glump (glump) glump (glump) glump (glump) (glump). "
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