inclined to humour (someone)
[huhmp] /hʌmp/ noun 1. a rounded protuberance, especially a fleshy protuberance on the back, as that due to abnormal curvature of the spine in humans, or that normally present in certain animals, as the camel or bison. 2. Physical Geography. 3. Railroads. (in a switchyard) a raised area down which cars pushed to its crest […]
- Hump and bump
verb phrase To work hard and progress or propel haltingly: He says it costs him $10,000 a month to hump and bump his business along (1970s+)
[huhmp-bak] /ˈhʌmpˌbæk/ noun 1. a back that is humped in a convex position. 2. . 3. the . /ˈhʌmpˌbæk/ noun 1. another word for hunchback 2. Also called humpback whale. a large whalebone whale, Megaptera novaeangliae, closely related and similar to the rorquals but with a humped back and long flippers: family Balaenopteridae 3. a […]
[huhmp-bakt] /ˈhʌmpˌbækt/ adjective 1. having a hump on the back.