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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of glump.
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Because it was worded so poorly, the P.D. picked up those comments and just kind of glumped them all together, saying that everything was caught on videotape, when obviously it was not.
I think the funniest thing about this is the label on the package that reads: The Moistest cake...it's cupcakes all glumped together with scary colored frosting, not a cake !
On one side of her was a stretch of swamp where frogs glumped and piped in every known key.
Instead he sulked and plotted awful things quite beyond his powers to perform; and then finally the crash came six months after he'd glumped and glowered over his silly fancies.