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Definition of "lumping" []

  • A small solid mass without definite shape (noun)
  • Any small swelling or tumour (noun)
  • A collection of things; aggregate (noun)
  • An awkward, heavy, or stupid person (noun)
  • Punishment, defeat, or reverses (noun)
  • In the form of a lump or lumps (noun)
  • To collect into a mass or group (verb)
  • To grow into lumps or become lumpy (verb)
  • To consider as a single group, often without justification (verb)
  • To make or cause lumps in or on (verb)
  • To move or proceed in a heavy manner (verb)
  • Present participle of lump. (verb)

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  • Bulky; heavy (adjective)

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Use "lumping" in a sentence
  • "Insurers and Economists insist in lumping it all together without differentiation -- which you somewhat describe."
  • "They should also ask him why he thinks the lumping is warranted."
  • "The rest of your post is once again lumping all Americans in together."