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
Nevada’s campaign to execute Dozier has been bumpy despite his acceptance of his punishment.
The reasons for mobile money’s success in Somaliland are on full display on Hargeisa’s busy, bumpy streets, where rows of money changers lounge in front of 3-foot-tall towers of cash, some held together by nets, others in sacks.
Two hundred and forty-two years since Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence, the national bedding is still bumpy.
But two wheels are generally better than four to navigate Leh’s narrow, bumpy roads and dodge the ubiquitous cows.
The conditions of the roads and the adjacent embankments have resulted in collapsing berms, bumpy rides (even for the most capable of off-road vehicles), flooding and multiple car accidents, some of which resulted in fatalities.
Those who demand the glossy veneer of big brand luxury, may flinch at the bumpy roads leading to farms.
The outbreak also underscores the latest complication on the bumpy road toward polio eradication.
After a bumpy start, the team found its footing to capture the CAC tournament crown and make a deep run in the NCAA tournament.
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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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