humped humped  /ˈhəmpt/


  • (adj) characteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column


  1. And there was nothing to trade, anyway, in that forlorn and forgotten stretch of land, where camel-humped mountains met endless sand dunes.
  2. An egg-shaped, humped or square head is not necessarily an indication of low brainpower.
  3. After his 1930 re-election Governor Roosevelt got out and humped himself for the national nomination.


  • Ugliest Dog: 'Experiment that went wrong'

    A beagle-bassett-boxer mix with an oversized head, humped back and drumstick legs was named the World's Ugliest Dog in Petaluma Friday.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Santa Rosa Press Democrat


  1. "When I played my first England game I was 19. I am 22 now. I am a lot wiser as a player. I think I am a better rugby player," Varndell said. "Back then I was fresh out of school. I got chucked onto a tour of Australia where we got humped....
    on May 30, 2008 By: Tom Varndell Source:

  2. "It was one of those ones I humped up on, too," said Zumaya, who tried to talk to Benzel after the game but couldn't find him.
    on Mar 3, 2010 By: Joel Zumaya Source:

  3. "He humped up and had a little extra when he needed it," Brewers manager Ken Macha said. "He hit 93 [mph] on Prince [Fielder]. His changeup was pretty good. He wore down a little bit, and his command suffered a little later in the game. He's...
    on Aug 1, 2009 By: Ken Macha Source:

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