Common misspellings for dump:
heatpump, dum, jumpp, pump3, dums, dumt, demp, gump, dummped, dumepd, tump, dremp, dunp, dup, redemp, dummmy, dumpt, himup, drump, nump, dumd, pummp, tamap, dymo, dumer, puimp, symp, demspey, dumy, jumpo, bummp, daycamp, lumpu, dumpoed, jumop, pumpo, dymb, domp, ddep, dumpig, dumpty, dumpd, dmap, dume, roadbump, dumm, dumn, dumpped, dermapath, duummy, dumo, duimb, duma, doumb, duumps, mutip, sumup, sump, xump, eump, dymp, dhmp, djmp, d8mp, d7mp, dukp, dujp, dum0, sdump, dsump, xdump, dxump, dcump, fdump, dfump, rdump, edump, deump, dyump, duymp, duhmp, djump, dujmp, diump, duimp, d8ump, du8mp, d7ump, du7mp, dunmp, dumnp, dukmp, dumkp, dumjp, dumop, dumpo, dumlp, dumpl, dum-p, dump-, dum0p, dump0, udmp, dmup, dupm, ddump, duump, dummp, dumpp, d5mp, dtmp, du-p, duop, dumx, dumq, d ump, du mp.
Definition of dump:
- A dull, gloomy state of the mind; sadness; melancholy; low spirits; despondency; ill humor; -- now used only in the plural.
- To unload or remove in mass.
- Absence of mind; revery.
- A melancholy strain or tune in music; any tune.
- An old kind of dance.
- To knock heavily; to stump.
- To put or throw down with more or less of violence; hence, to unload from a cart by tilting it; as, to dump sand, coal, etc.
- A dull, gloomy state of the mind; sadness; melancholy; low spirits; despondency; ill humor; - now used only in the plural.
- To throw down and empty, especially abruptly; unload from a cart.
- knock down with force; " He decked his opponent"
- sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly; " The company dumped him after many years of service"; " She dumped her boyfriend when she fell in love with a rich man"
- drop in a heap or mass
- as of refuse; " No dumping in these woods!"
- To unload, as a cart, by tilting it up.
- a coarse term for defecation; " he took a shit"
- throw away as refuse; " No dumping in these woods!"
- A thick, ill- shapen piece; a clumsy leaden counter used by boys in playing chuck farthing.
- A car or boat for dumping refuse, etc.
- A ground or place for dumping ashes, refuse, etc.
- That which is dumped.
- A pile of ore or rock.
- A place of deposit for rubbish; a pit for the storage of ammunition or military supplies.
- A dull gloomy state of the mind: sadness: melancholy: sorrow: heaviness of heart. In this sense generally used in the plural, and now only when, a ludicrous sense is intended. " Why, how, now, daughter Katherine? In your dumps"- Shak. " A ludicrous, coarse, or vulgar use of a word brings it into disuse in elegant discourse. In the great ballad of Chevy- Chase a noble warrior, whose legs are hewn off, is described as being in doleful dumps. Holland's translation of Livy represents the Romans as being 'in the dumps' after the battle of Camnae. It was in elegant use then."- Trench.
- A dumping - ground; also, that which is dumped.
- A dull, gloomy, sulky state of the mind; ill- humour; absence of mind.
- A clumsy leaden counter.