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(n.) A short, thick, heavy piece of wood.


(n.) An unshaped piece or mass of wood or other substance.
(n.) A cluster; a group; a thicket.
(n.) The compressed clay of coal strata.
(v. i.) To tread clumsily; to clamp.
(v. t.) To arrange in a clump or clumps; to cluster; to group.


(a.) Crooked; bent.
(a.) Hard or crusty; dry baked; as, a crump loaf.


Set (something or oneself) down with or as if with a noise; "He planked the money on the table"; "He planked himself into the sofa"
Fall heavily


(n.) A contemptuous speech or piece of conduct; a gibe or flout.
(n.) A cross, old-fashioned person; esp., an old woman; a gossip.
(v. t.) To insult; to flout; to mock; to snub.


(v. i.) To manifest sullenness; to sulk.


A bad-tempered person


(a.) To grow plump; to swell out; as, her cheeks have plumped.
(a.) To drop or fall suddenly or heavily, all at once.
(a.) To give a plumper. See Plumper, 2.
(a. & v.) Directly; suddenly; perpendicularly.
(adv.) Well rounded or filled out; full; fleshy; fat; as, a plump baby; plump cheeks.
(n.) A knot; a cluster; a group; a crowd; a flock; as, a plump of trees, fowls, or spears.
(v. t.) To make plump; to fill (out) or support; -- often with up.
(v. t.) To cast or let drop all at once, suddenly and heavily; as, to plump a stone into water.
(v. t.) To give (a vote), as a plumper. See Plumper, 2.


(n.) The gross amount; the mass; the lump.
(n.) A boggy place.
(n.) The noise made by anything falling into a hole, or into a soft, miry place.
(v. i.) To fall or sink suddenly through or in, when walking on a surface, as on thawing snow or ice, partly frozen ground, a bog, etc., not strong enough to bear the person.
(v. t.) To lump; to throw into a mess.


(n.) The part of a tree or plant remaining in the earth after the stem or trunk is cut off; the stub.
(n.) The part of a limb or other body remaining after a part is amputated or destroyed; a fixed or rooted remnant; a stub; as, the stump of a leg, a finger, a tooth, or a broom.
(n.) The legs; as, to stir one's stumps.
(n.) One of the three pointed rods stuck in the ground to form a wicket and support the bails.
(n.) A short, thick roll of leather or paper, cut to a point, or any similar implement, used to rub down the lines of a crayon or pencil drawing, in shading it, or for shading drawings by producing tints and gradations from crayon, etc., in powder.
(n.) A pin in a tumbler lock which forms an obstruction to throwing the bolt, except when the gates of the tumblers are properly arranged, as by the key; a fence; also, a pin or projection in a lock to form a guide for a movable piece.
(n.) To put (a batsman) out of play by knocking off the bail, or knocking down the stumps of the wicket he is defending while he is off his allotted ground; -- sometimes with out.
(n.) To bowl down the stumps of, as, of a wicket.
(v. i.) To walk clumsily, as if on stumps.
(v. t.) To cut off a part of; to reduce to a stump; to lop.
(v. t.) To strike, as the toes, against a stone or something fixed; to stub.
(v. t.) To challenge; also, to nonplus.
(v. t.) To travel over, delivering speeches for electioneering purposes; as, to stump a State, or a district. See To go on the stump, under Stump, n.


(n.) The sound made by the sudden fall or blow of a heavy body, as of a hammer, or the like.
(n.) A blow or knock, as with something blunt or heavy; a heavy fall.
(v. i.) To give a thump or thumps; to strike or fall with a heavy blow; to pound.
(v. t.) To strike or beat with something thick or heavy, or so as to cause a dull sound.


(n.) A wind instrument of music; a trumpet, or sound of a trumpet; -- used chiefly in Scripture and poetry.
(n.) A winning card; one of a particular suit (usually determined by chance for each deal) any card of which takes any card of the other suits.
(n.) An old game with cards, nearly the same as whist; -- called also ruff.
(n.) A good fellow; an excellent person.
(v. i.) To blow a trumpet.
(v. i.) To play a trump card when one of another suit has been led.
(v. t.) To play a trump card upon; to take with a trump card; as, she trumped the first trick.
(v. t.) To trick, or impose on; to deceive.
(v. t.) To impose unfairly; to palm off.