sumpy

Slumpy vs Sumpy - What's the difference?

slumpy | sumpy |


As adjectives the difference between slumpy and sumpy

is that slumpy is characteristic of an economic slump while sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

Sumpy vs Bumpy - What's the difference?

sumpy | bumpy |


As adjectives the difference between sumpy and bumpy

is that sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather while bumpy is rough; jumpy; causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements.

Sumpy vs Sumps - What's the difference?

sumpy | sumps |


As an adjective sumpy

is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

As a noun sumps is

.

As a verb sumps is

(sump).

Sumpy vs Sumph - What's the difference?

sumpy | sumph |


As an adjective sumpy

is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

As a noun sumph is

(scotland|northern england) a dunce; a blockhead.

Summy vs Sumpy - What's the difference?

summy | sumpy |


As a noun summy

is (colloquial) somersault.

As an adjective sumpy is

(of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

Simpy vs Sumpy - What's the difference?

simpy | sumpy |


As adjectives the difference between simpy and sumpy

is that simpy is characteristic of a simp; foolish while sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

Lumpy vs Sumpy - What's the difference?

lumpy | sumpy |


As adjectives the difference between lumpy and sumpy

is that lumpy is full of lumps, not smooth while sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

Humpy vs Sumpy - What's the difference?

humpy | sumpy |


As adjectives the difference between humpy and sumpy

is that humpy is characterised by humps, uneven while sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather.

As a noun humpy

is (australia) a hut or temporary shelter made from bark and tree branches, especially for aborigines.

Sumpy vs Mumpy - What's the difference?

sumpy | mumpy |


As adjectives the difference between sumpy and mumpy

is that sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather while mumpy is (informal) suffering from mumps.

Sumpy vs Jumpy - What's the difference?

sumpy | jumpy |


As adjectives the difference between sumpy and jumpy

is that sumpy is (of a cave passage) to be liable to sump in wet weather while jumpy is nervous and excited.

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