1. A car or boat for dumping refuse, etc.
2. A ground or place for dumping ashes, refuse, etc.
3. That which is dumped.
4. (Mining) A pile of ore or rock.
1. The act of dumping loads from carts, especially loads of refuse matter; also, a heap of dumped matter.
2. A fee paid for the privilege of dumping loads.
(Dump"i*ness) n. The state of being dumpy.
(Dump"ish), a. Dull; stupid; sad; moping; melancholy. " A . . . dumpish and sour life." Lord
Dump"ish*ly, adv. Dump"ish*ness, n.
(Dum"ple) v. t. [See Dumpling.] To make dumpy; to fold, or bend, as one part over another.
He was a little man, dumpled up together.Sir W. Scott.
(Dump"ling) n. [Dimin. of dump an illshapen piece; cf. D. dompelen to plunge, dip, duck,
Scot. to dump in to plunge into, and E. dump, v. t.] A roundish mass of dough boiled in soup, or as a
sort of pudding; often, a cover of paste inclosing an apple or other fruit, and boiled or baked; as, an apple
(Dump"y) a. [Compar. Dumpier ; superl. Dumpiest.] [
1. From Dump a short ill-shapen piece. 2. From Dump sadness.]
1. Short and thick; of low stature and disproportionately stout.
2. Sullen or discontented. [Prov. Eng.] Halliwell.
(Dun) n. [See Dune.] A mound or small hill.
(Dun), v. t. To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a
dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance.