What is another word for Humpy?

Pronunciation: [hˈʌmpi] (IPA)

Humpy is a term often used to describe something that is lumpy or has bumps. There are several synonyms that are used interchangeably with humpy including bumpy, rough, uneven, jagged, knotty, and lumpy. These words are commonly used to describe road conditions, terrain, and even fabrics. When a surface or material has an irregular texture or appearance, these words can be used to describe it. The synonyms for humpy can be used to convey a rough or an uneven experience. They can also be used to describe something that looks lumpy and has physical bumps. These words are particularly useful for writers and speakers who want to add descriptive details to their work.

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What are the hypernyms for Humpy?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Humpy

I'm going to the game, and when the Siwash team comes out I'm going to get up and give as near a correct imitation of a Roman mob and a Polish riot as my throat will stand; and if we put a crimp in the large-footed, Humpy-shouldered behemoths we're going up against this afternoon, I'm going out to-night and burn the City Hall.
"At Good Old Siwash"
George Fitch
He sat there so still and so long, that if it had not been for his resolute head and the blunt spires of his ears, he would have appeared to an onlooker below as no more than a Humpy finial on an otherwise regularly built wall.
"The Necromancers"
Robert Hugh Benson
We decided that we would write immediately, so Jerry dashed off to Father's study and got two sheets of nice thin paper with "17 Luke Street" at the top in Humpy green letters, and I borrowed Aunt Ailsa's fountain-pen, which turned out to be empty.
"Us and the Bottleman"
Edith Ballinger Price

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