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  • adj. Looking like a schlump; slovenly or unbecoming


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schlump +‎ -y


  • These moments you speak of, these "schlumpy" moments as you call them, are basically every moment of my life.

    Equalizing Forces

  • Now 44, Mindy is still around and looking for work but her friends and family are critical of her "schlumpy" fashion sense.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • This was more creepy than scary, and somewhat disappointing despite a winning turn by a perfectly schlumpy Cusack.

    2009 April :

  • She added, "When every schlumpy guy is wearing long board shorts and a baseball hat, fashionable guys don't want to."

    Show Some Leg

  • There's one other movie star in Sunshine Cleaning playing a real person in a departure from what has become his routine role as schlumpy stoner sidekick, but I'm not going to tell you who, in case you want to be surprised like the blonde who didn't recognize him, even though he's one of her favorites, and she was flabbergasted when she read his name in the end credits.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Mr. Byrne believes it should be schlumpy and functional rather than aesthetically pleasing.

    Getting Comfortable but Not Too Familiar

  • Taking cues more from tweedy George Plimpton ( "Paper Lion") than schlumpy John Madden ( "Ultimate Tailgating"), herewith some tailgating essentials that which should raise the stakes on your own football fete.

    The Gentleman

  • Now we have the freedom to wear both amazing dresses and completely schlumpy clothes.

    Kate Fridkis: The Art of Overdressing

  • Feeling pretty schlumpy on this fine Friday night, so I'm going to post a short story I wrote I think a bit more than a year ago.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Last time I checked my thesaurus, slouchy, schlumpy, and scrawny were not synonyms for stylish.

    Oh No She Didn’t


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