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These include the woman's pert retrousse nose, one plump cartoon of a hand clasped to her chest, and an oversized, lumpish, light-gray hat, which vaguely resembles a swan.
His explanations don't really apply to Anomalisa's relatively lumpish and pedestrian stop-motion figures (though they suit the astonishingly graceful dances of the marionettes in Being John Malkovich to a tee).
GRANPAW BROON He's a quiet, pipe-sooking soul - a role that might suit Ford Kiernan's lumpish presence.
If I was not thinking of my parents' marriage in comparison to the Rear Window couple, I might not be asking these questions: Did my father resent my mother for being schizophrenic, for being lumpish and bedridden so much of the time?
Somehow she has managed to acquire a self-absorbed suitor, Richard (Jake Lacy), whose lumpish sexual overtures leave her dismayed.
His colourful studio is littered with his sculptural vessel forms --from small and lumpish, to large and princely--unfired clay models, figurines, sketches, as well as paintbrushes and modelling tools.
A lumpish landlord has the easy chair; Hardly he speaks, but wildly does he stare.
In other words, the single nanoparticles and the small aggregates, dispersed in the matrices of PP-T-I and PP-AM-T-1, were small enough to meet the crystallographic conditions of the //-crystal formation whereas the relatively larger particle aggregates present at the more concentrated nanocomposile lost this ability (32), Crystal shape of the //-nuclealor has been considered as another parameter which can affect the [beta]-phase nuclealion and, it was reported that plale or lumpish shape favor the growth of [beta]-phase PP (60].
He looked and felt different from the other kids, lumpish, broken.
While the orange vase is attractive, particularly the colour, the shape is a bit lumpish and congested.
It is a "funny, dancing language" that is "lighter, airier than the Afrikaans they study at school, which is weighed down with idioms that are supposed to come from the volksmond, the people's mouth, but seem to come only from the Great Trek, lumpish, nonsensical idioms about wagons and cattle and cattle-harness" (1998: 81).
The compound compares lumpish watchers of television to lumpy potatoes: The longer couch potatoes sit, the deeper they put down their roots and the more they come to resemble potatoes.