How to use Lumpy in a sentence

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  • I'll probably choose a nice but plainish yarn (meaning nothing with a lumpy texture) and determine the recommended gauge for said yarn.

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  • May arise during toaster cutlery etc with microfiber futon cover a lumpy.

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  • She usually finds her legs a little too lumpy, or her color a little too pale.

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  • They have pushed through the lumpy earth and stand unmoved by the thrusting wind, the bites of cold air.

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  • The filling can become lumpy and will likely need to be replaced more often than foam.

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  • And when things got hard they could always go back into that warm dark room with the stained lumpy mattresses.

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  • Nor will cushions that are too large because they'll be crammed in and feel lumpy to sit on.

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  • Lumpy, blunt points can destroy any chance of achieving perfectly lined eyes.

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  • If it's too lumpy or too thick, puree for another 30 seconds and check again.

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  • If the strawberries are too lumpy for your taste, mash them again.

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  • However, not being careful about fit and function can leave your girls feeling heavy, looking lumpy or give you an infection.

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  • Your torso should look smooth-not lumpy and bumpy at the hand of your decorated bra.

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  • With just a small amount of material, the thong decreases the possibility of excess fabric bunching and creating a lumpy look under clothing.

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  • Lumpy bar soap is easily trapped beneath the skin's surface-a problem that can lead to acne.

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  • Coffee, including decaffeinated coffee, and other caffeine drinks, along with grain allergies are most commonly a problem for lumpy breasts pre-menstrually.

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  • The lumpy knob on the nose of the handle is the root-ball from which the bamboo culm grew.

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  • She loves chips and hate sprouts and lumpy custard.

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  • The Rocket III is lumpy and messy, and in some ways a bit gaudy - like most custom bikes.

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  • However, despite rotating infusion sites, some sites felt slightly lumpy beneath the skin, and became less and less reliable.

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  • The C compiler silently glides by some rather lumpy areas.

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  • The entrance was quite lumpy with poor visibility across to the Isle of Wight.

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  • The grass seems to have taken well but the ground has become very lumpy.

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  • However, if it feels lumpy, then there may be cause for concern and this will require further tests.

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  • Make sure you stir constantly to prevent the mixture getting lumpy.

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  • Donât forget to stir it constantly, or it might go lumpy on you.

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  • You CAN stretch a bit map but the dots which make up the image will grow into ' bricks ' and therefore look lumpy.

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  • Gradually add water, stirring continuously to prevent it turning lumpy.

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  • The infant's heel may be at risk of scarring, infection of the bone, cellulitis (inflammation of cellular tissue), small lumpy calcium deposits.

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  • Many women also experience changes in breast texture, with breasts feeling particularly lumpy.

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  • At first, the mixture will be lumpy and separated, as you continue to whisk the chocolate the mixture will become smooth and glossy.

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  • The apparatus used for these purposes in some localities is of a very primitive kind, and the reeling being uneven and lumpy the silk is of inferior quality and low value.

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  • There were dark circles beneath her light eyes, her hair was in a half-assed lumpy ponytail, and her face was so pale and drawn, she looked ill.

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  • She rubbed the lumpy scar on her arm, her attention caught by the sight of a jaguar dropping from a tree branch to the edge of the park and the forest a short distance away.

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