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
With funding for the government running out Sept. 30, the U.S. facing a separate deadline to raise the nation’s debt limit, and Congress not due back from recess until Sept. 5, the next six weeks could get very bumpy.
The ceiling in the hall is two inches lower than the other ceilings, and there’s a visible edge that meets the living room ceiling, which is bumpy.
Sanders, known today for bumpy cake, fudge topping and more, was founded by Fred Sanders in Detroit in 1875.
The editing is a bit bumpy and the graphics are sitting on top of her shoulder.
The pivot from gonzo mischief to global thriller, however, remains bumpy, and much of the early material — Fogel repeatedly injecting himself with drugs, lots of footage of dogs — feels indulgent.
The Trump White House’s wild ride could now get even bumpier.
Wake Forest's Baker puts seniors on treadmills at the local YMCA to avoid bumpy sidewalks.
The transition to California has been bumpy, Legaspi said.
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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
- a bumpy road
- bumpy skin
- a bumpy ride
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