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  • bps
  • bump You drop and drop and pop you stop and land with a bump If you really would like to fly Feel like a bird on high Take my advice and try the parachute jump – The Parachute Jump {From Jumping Jacks} by Dean Martin
  • bumper
  • bumpy The gate swung open; the truck bounced down the bumpy dirt road.
  • dumps That blackguard Romata is in the dumps, and nothing will mollify him but a gift; so do you go up to his house and give him these whale's teeth, with my compliments.
  • mips
  • mumps Statistics show that the percentage of mortality from these things is considerably less than from mumps, and not to be compared with riding in an elevator or with the perils of maternity.
  • pumps The ships were run ashore side by side on a sandy beach, the pumps were abandoned, and in one tide the ships were full of water.
  • Maps Tourist's Edition, with 4 maps.
  • bumpers And in the mean time, gentlemen, let me request you to fill your glasses-bumpers-for I have a toast to propose, in which you'll all feel interested when you hear who's the subject of it.
  • humps Saleh and Tommy used to tell the most outrageous yarns about them; how they could travel ten miles an hour with their loads, how they carried water in their humps, that the cows ate their calves, that the riding bulls would tear their riders' legs off with their teeth if they couldn't get rid of them in any other way.
  • rumps They were not heavy animals, with the marks of plough-collars on their broad shoulders, or the hair worn off their rumps by huge breech-straps; but light and clean-limbed, one or two of them showing signs of good blood, and all more carefully groomed than usual.
  • bumps "There'll be some bad bumps," he said grimly.
  • bums You can't take chances with these bums.
  • mops A third line follows, consisting of "trench cleaners," though it must not be inferred from their name that they use mops and brooms.
  • jumps "I must have hit him," he said, as he lowered his gun, and looked after the rabbit he had fired at, and which was still clearing the snow with long, vigorous jumps.
  • BOPS
  • BAPS
  • LUMPS
  • UMPS
  • bummers
  • aggrandizations
  • aggregationed
  • effortfully
  • agitas
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