Examples of bumpy in a Sentence
The road is very bumpy.
the bumpy skin of a cucumber
The flight was very bumpy.
The road was rough so we had a bumpy ride.
Recent Examples of bumpy from the Web
Making her first appearance at the ShopRite LPGA Classic since 2014, Ryu said her primary focus will be on her putting stroke to deal with the greens at Seaview's Bay Course, which often becomes bumpy with a poa annua strain of grass.
In a press release, NASA notes that the planet’s bumpy surface can be spotted—proof of the craters and lumps the moon picked up as it was pummeled again and again by meteors and other objects.
DEAR CAROLYN: My boyfriend is divorced and the relationship with the ex is contentious and bumpy.
Dear Carolyn: My boyfriend is divorced and the relationship with the ex is contentious and bumpy.
The Cavaliers’ regular season was a little bumpier.
Giolito, now ranked the No. 2 prospect in the Sox system by MLB.com, has had a bumpy start to the year with Charlotte, posting a 6.41 ERA over his first eight starts.
There are a couple of great moments: a cartoonishly thick, bumpy chair that seems to be cast copper but is actually something called nanocrystalline.
Real places are too bumpy to satisfy Laplace’s equation.
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First Known Use of bumpy
BUMPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bumpy for English Language Learners
of a surface : having or covered with bumps
: having sudden up and down movements
: having a lot of problems
BUMPY Defined for Kids
Definition of bumpy for Students
1 : having or covered with bumps a bumpy road bumpy skin
2 : having sudden up-and-down movements a bumpy ride
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