Definition of Clumpers

1. Noun. (plural of clumper) ¹



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Definition of Clumpers

1. clumper [n] - See also: clumper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clumpers

cluesticks
cluey
cluing
clum
clumb
clumber
clumber spaniel
clumbers
clump
clump block
clump blocks
clump up
clumped
clumped up
clumper
clumpers (current term)
clumpier
clumpiest
clumpiness
clumpinesses
clumping
clumping up
clumpish
clumplike
clumps
clumps up
clumpy
clumsier
clumsies
clumsiest

Literary usage of Clumpers

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1. Essays on the Punishment of Death by Charles Spear (1844)
"One of the hopeful class, for whose edification the hanging had been done, taking hold of them, observed, ' By , they 're clumpers. How I wish I'd seen 'em ..."

2. A Legacy of Historical Gleanings by Catharina Van Rensselaer Bonney (1875)
"... to the school with bound and cramped feet, but her mother removed the bands a few months since, and now she rejoices in wearing heavy Chinese clumpers. ..."

3. The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the by Robert Forby (1830)
"CLUE,*, three skeins of hempen thread. clumpers, s. pi. very thick and heavy shoes. Wooden shoes are called by the same name in Holland. ..."

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