Synonyms of hump
lumpDictionary • The path goes over a large hump by a tree.
lump • I've got a lump on my shoulder.
bump • She got a large bump on her forehead.
bulge • Why won't those bulges on your hips and thighs go?
knob • a loose brass knob on the bedstead
protuberance • a protuberance on the upper jawbone
protrusion • an ugly protrusion on the ankle where the bone had not set properly
swelling • There is some swelling and he is being detained for observation.
1 carryDictionary (informal) • Charlie humped his rucksack up the stairs.
carry • He carried the plate through to the dining room.
lug • Nobody wants to lug around huge heavy suitcases.
heave • He heaved Barney to his feet.
hoist • He hoisted himself to a sitting position.
shoulder • He has to shoulder the consequences of his father's mistakes.
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archIf something arches in a particular direction, it makes a curved line or movement.
• the domed ceiling arching overhead
bulgeBulges are lumps that stick out from a surface which is otherwise flat or smooth.
• Why won't those bulges on your hips and thighs go?
bumpA bump is a minor injury or swelling that you get if you bump into something or if something hits you.
• She got a large bump on her forehead.
Thesaurus for hump from the Collins English Thesaurus
a rounded protuberance or projection, as of earth, sand, etc
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