(Brit) a low padded seat; pouffe
[huhmp-tee duhmp-tee] /ˈhʌmp ti ˈdʌmp ti/ noun 1. an egg-shaped character in a Mother Goose nursery rhyme that fell off a wall and could not be put together again. 2. (sometimes lowercase) something that has been damaged severely and usually irreparably. /ˈhʌmptɪ ˈdʌmptɪ/ noun (mainly Brit) 1. a short fat person 2. a person or […]
[huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ adjective, humpier, humpiest. 1. full of . 2. resembling a ; humplike. [huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ noun, plural humpies. Australian. 1. any crude Aborigine hut or shelter, especially a shanty built at the edge of a town. [huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ noun, plural humpies. 1. . /ˈhʌmpɪ/ adjective humpier, humpiest 1. full of humps […]
[huhm] /hʌm/ verb (used without object), hummed, humming. 1. to make a low, continuous, droning sound. 2. to give forth an indistinct sound of mingled voices or noises. 3. to utter an indistinct sound in hesitation, embarrassment, dissatisfaction, etc.; hem. 4. to sing with closed lips, without articulating words. 5. to be in a state […]
[huhm-druhm] /ˈhʌmˌdrʌm/ adjective 1. lacking variety; boring; dull: a humdrum existence. noun 2. humdrum character or routine; monotony. 3. monotonous or tedious talk. 4. Archaic. a dull, boring person. /ˈhʌmˌdrʌm/ adjective 1. ordinary; dull noun 2. a monotonous routine, task, or person adj. also humdrum, “routine, monotonous,” 1550s, probably a reduplication of hum.