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  • n. A foolish person; a gump
  • n. Gumption; grit.
  • n. Gumpth; excess.


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  • Forty years, she'd been there, ploughing through the muddy swamp of secretarial gumph such a prestigious organisation demands.


  • I think they'd probably say "Unga boomga ummph!!" and call you a "Moomba Boomba gumph"!

    miss-k2 Diary Entry

  • "I was afraid he'd think me a terrible gumph! ..."

    The Foolish Lovers

  • But I never know whether to believe Clare; she's such a gumph.

    Potterism A Tragi-Farcical Tract

  • "And do you think you're fit to run even a donation party, you great, blundering gumph?"

    Bucky O'Connor

  • "I wouldn't be such a gumph as that!" muttered Alexander, as he fell back into position.

    Melbourne House

  • Dromy saw 'em in her drawer, and for all the gumph he is, he knew the writing; and I made him get 'em for me this morning while they were at breakfast.

    Say and Seal, Volume II

  • Note that for any interactions with Service Bus, you'll need to know your issuer name ("owner" by default) and secret key (a bunch of Base64 gumph), as well as your namespace, all which can be retrieved from the portal.

    Site Home

  • The minority state-run media passed on lies and half-truths as the news in "the old days" to a minority white population who, if they wanted to, would easily swallow the gumph they were being fed.

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  • We won't send you any other gumph either, promise.

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