from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of lump.
- adj. bulky; heavy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Bulky; heavy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Bulky; chunky; heavy.
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Insurers and Economists insist in lumping it all together without differentiation -- which you somewhat describe.
They should also ask him why he thinks the lumping is warranted.
The rest of your post is once again lumping all Americans in together.
I suppose this would be down to personal taste - i.e., whether splitting or lumping is adopted.
'em as much as eight pieces; that's what they calls a lumping ha'p'worth.
The lumping was the Dem's idea ... the report's lies - Iran's by Tom Murphy on Wednesday, Oct 1, 2008 at 7: 25: 27 PM
Anyway, I like the idea of lumping everyone together.
But that doesn't appear to be stopping key Kansas Republicans from entertaining the idea of lumping western Kansas and Wyandotte County into the same congressional district.
Lord Abbett & Co. LLC, recently published a report titled, "Broken BRIC," in which he questions the notion of lumping those economies together - especially in view of their wealth of differences.
Names like "pop surrealism" get attached, but the idea of lumping Yoshitomo Nara and Mark Ryden in the same blanket category seems ludicrous.