The first are the sentimentalists; their brains are flaccid, lumpish like dough, and without grip on reality.
There are no lumpish solidities—no pillowy protuberances here.
The boys cast glance because it relieved their heaviness; things were lumpish and gloomy that day of the week.
Winter condenses me, and makes me lumpish and sober; and then I can read all day long.
It is after the mother you take it, that was too soft and too lumpish, having too much of the English in her blood.
The owner was a lumpish, ungainly fellow, astonishingly bow-legged.
Burl seized a lumpish object barely protruding from the ground.
They are dear lumpish souls who like things straightforward as they sayall or nothing.
They were heavy, lumpish, red-faced young men, all rather like each other.
Still he was no less stout, lumpish, and pink-faced than before.