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
That phrasing frames recent history as just another bumpy ride, when Harris and the rest of the Sixers’ ownership group haven’t been driving conscientiously enough to avoid the potholes.
Hawkers sell their wares on bumpy roads, often congested due to traffic jams caused by traffic lights that have stopped working because of electricity shortages.
The original attraction was all wood and known to be a bumpy ride.
Ryan has driven two hours of bumpy back road to see this invention do what traditional exploration crews do by gashing trenches with backhoes.
The photographer and her guides drove five hours over a rough, bumpy road and through a checkpoint in Berahile before reaching the salt flat and sulphur pools near Ethiopia’s border with Eritrea.
The road back to glory has proven to be a bumpy one for the reigning MLS champs, at least early on.
Up to now, Jasmaine's temporal path has been a bumpy one.
Even in his shiny new bulletproof car, Mr Putin faces a bumpy ride.
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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
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