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- v. Past participle of hump
- adj. Having a hump or humps.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a hump, as the back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a hump or protuberance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column
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For a boxcar of widgets to make it across country, it typically has to stop and sit in rail yards waiting to get "humped," or reshuffled, with other boxcars headed in the same direction five times.
He had enormous shoulders, fairly "humped" with layers of fat.
And one of his shoulders was kind of humped up and to one side, and one of his hands had a stiff thumb.
The woodpecker sat on his perch with wings held tightly against his sides, "humped" up as though he were high-shouldered.
But his hips were hardly snug in the saddle, when the wicked Comanche "humped" his back, and entered upon a round of kicking which seemed to exhibit every pose and attitude of equestrian exercise.
Rocker Gene Simmons has filed legal papers disputing allegations he "humped" and "grinded" against a TV make-up artist during an appearance on ESPN.
Farm in Yilan County's Sansing Township often get "humped" and put in the family way by wild boars.
In the Corps, as you can imagine, we 'humped' a lot (for you soldiers or civilians that's
Apparently, she would have preferred to be humped on the first “date” like some drunk slag he scraped off the bathroom floor at Karma.
Dressed in a cashmere twin set and pearl necklace, she stood making the sign of the horns with her hand, sticking out her tongue, and screaming like crazy while her daughter humped a piano bench onstage.