humpy1

[huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/
adjective, humpier, humpiest.
1.
full of humps.
2.
resembling a hump; humplike.
Origin
1700–10; hump + -y1
Related forms
humpiness, noun

humpy2

[huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/
noun, plural humpies. Australian.
1.
any crude Aborigine hut or shelter, especially a shanty built at the edge of a town.
Origin
1840–50; < Tharapal (Australian Aboriginal language spoken between Moreton Bay and Wide Bay, S Queensland), recorded as umpī (h intrusive)

humpy3

[huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/
noun, plural humpies.
Also, humpie.
Origin
Example Sentences for humpy
They can look at her lovely lady lumps, but no touchy the humpy.
Humpy wanted his last moments at the speedway to be about another great show.
British Dictionary definitions for humpy
humpy1 (ˈhʌmpɪ)
 
adj , humpier, humpiest
1.  full of humps
2.  informal (Brit) angry or gloomy
 
humpiness1
 
n

humpy2 (ˈhʌmpɪ)
 
n , pl humpies
(Austral) a primitive hut
 
[C19: from a native Australian language]

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humpy

adjective

Sexually arousing; lubricious; sexy : flashy, precise, and humpy as in a Czardas (1970s+)


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