Pronunciation of Hump
/hˈʌmp/, /hˈʌmp/, /h_ˈʌ_m_p/
Antonyms for hump:
Synonyms for hump:
nodule, difficulty, scrunch, cyst, tote, polyp, piggyback.
bow, ferry, groan, carbuncle, cart.
Other synonyms and related words:
carry, bow, careen, scoot, growth, projection, chicane, cognise, manage, slam, make out, bring, lug, height, get by, hunch over, cheat, node, have it off, get along, grapple, protuberance, knob, bend, plod, Nodal, rise, career, excrescence, cyst, lie with, beaver, carbuncle, scurry, deal, distinguish, upland, stoop, difficulty, bed, shoulder, extrusion, fly, make love, acknowledge, intumescency, bash, spang, contend, gibbosity, hummock, lift, mound, cognize, sleep with, arch, ram, retire, swelling, get laid, scuttle, hunch, experience, alp, write out, protrusion, know, irregularity, fill out, sullenness, hurtle, bang, scrunch, bolt, bump, get it on, eff, love, knot, lump, blow, have a go at it, bear, roll in the hay, make do, nub, tell apart, rustle, jut, enjoy, fare, haul, hare, groan, cut, hasten, recognize, jazz, live, be intimate, discern, bop, bonk, ferry, bulge, sock, DO, prominence, recognise, expulsion, pick out, elevation, altitude, cope, ganglion, eminence, tote, have it away, do it, neck, gibbousness, come, intumescence, strive, complete, hunch forward.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
intumescence, nodule, gibbosity, projection.
excrescence, make love, have intercourse, prominence, get laid, jut, hunch, get it on, be intimate, have it off, protrusion, protuberance, have it away, love, make out, have a go at it, lie with, hunch over, jazz, know, have sex, bang, hunch forward, eff, do it, extrusion, bonk, bump, bulge, gibbosity, sleep with, gibbousness, bed.
swelling, projection (noun)
hunch over, hunch forward, hunch.
Usage examples for hump:
- Then I saw that Kadrab also had his wish, his camel's hump, and thought, 'The old beggar, what was he but a Genie? - "The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete", George Meredith.
- In the male, the hump is clearly defined, but by no means so high in proportion as in the adult animal. - "The Extermination of the American Bison", William T. Hornaday.
- The first one was an old woman, hump- backed and very ugly, but with a fascinating ugliness, who without my hearing her open the door, without my seeing any one rise to meet her, stole noiselessly to my side. - "The Story of a Child", Pierre Loti.