To clump is to form a mass or bunch together. When you clump together, you make a lot of noise.

  • The flowers are clumped together because of the cold weather.

  • The snow is clumping together because it's wet.

Definition of clumped


To form clusters or lumps.


To gather in dense groups.


To walk with heavy footfalls.


To strike; to beat.

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Example Sentences for clumped

  • 1

    They clumped together in clusters.

  • 2

    Instead, they clump on the surface of the ocean in pumice rafts.

  • 3

    The base of the woomera has a clump of this resin attached to it.

  • 4

    The bug bites are actually the clumps of mast cells.

  • 5

    The leaves grow in a dense basal clump at the ground.

  • 6

    The people saw the animal clump in the middle of the woods.

  • 7

    Morph and Clump locate Zeus and Quantum by the side of the lake.

  • 8

    On the scale of the clumps within the rings there is a lot of empty space.

  • 9

    On the scale of the clumps within the rings there is much empty space.

  • 10

    Colonies are arborescent, with highly clumped, irregular bushy branches.