One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a clump of conifers’
cluster, thicket, group, bunch, collection, assembly, assemblage
tuft, tuffet, tussock, mat, tangle
2‘a clump of earth’
lump, clod, mass, gobbet, wad, concentration
agglutination, agglomeration, accumulation, build-up
informal glob, gob
1‘galaxies tend to clump together in clusters’
cluster, group, bunch, collect, gather, assemble, congregate, mass, lump, bundle, pack, pile
2‘people were clumping around upstairs’
stamp, stomp, stump, clomp, tramp, plod, trudge, walk heavily, lumber, stumble
thump, thud, bang
Northern Irish Scottish sprauchle
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