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  • v. Present participle of glump.

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Examples

  • I think your text does a disservice to understanding of the political situation and possibilities here by glumping together evangelicalism and the related popular U.S. megachurches with the creaky old conservative Christian right.

    Obama's Wooing Of Evangelicals Runs Into Fierce Resistance

  • This evening's activities will consist of glumping around the house snurfling at each other morosely, leaving trails of kleenex in our respective wakes.

    Cat Rambo

  • "I left it," he said, his voice glumping as he spoke.

    Further Foolishness

  • I knew by that smile that it was not resignation she felt; not anything like that lovely willing way in which really good people accept trouble -- crippled old women in cottages, who will tell you how good God has been to them, when they are as poor as mice, and have never been out of one room for years; and other people who lose everybody they love best, and spend their lives trying to make other people happy, instead of glumping alone.

    The Heart of Una Sackville

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