The greatness of other men is a hummock, over which we can still leap.
There it is to your hand, if I am not much mistaken, said Johnson, pointing to a hummock close by.
Let them climb to the back of this hummock and fall upon the pale faces from there.
He perceived that he had misjudged the height of the hummock.
One was placed as near the centre of the floe as possible, the other was secured on the top of a hummock.
Their hut and the hummock, near which it had been built, quickly disappeared.
The doctor soon reached the hummock which concealed Johnson.
"They's a hummock within a hundred yards o' here," Bill shouted.
Nest on a hummock of the tundra, near a small pool, lined with grass and down.
Archie searched the gloom for the gray shape of the hummock.
"knoll, hillock," 1550s, originally nautical, "conical small hill on a seacoast," of obscure origin, though second element is diminutive suffix -ock. In Florida, where the local form is hammock, it means a clump of hardwood trees on a knoll in a swamp or on a key.