Definition of hump:
- A fleshy protuberance on the back of an animal, as a camel or whale.
- A protuberance; especially, the protuberance formed by a crooked back.
- To bend or gather together for strenuous effort, as in running; to do or effect by such effort; to exert; - usually reflexively or with it; as, you must hump yourself.
- To form into a hump; to make hump- shaped; to hunch; - often with up.
- To put or carry on the ( humped) back; to shoulder; hence, to carry, in general.
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Nell, who, above everything in the world, loved riding on a camel, obtained a promise from her father that she should have a separate " hump- backed saddle horse" on which, together with Madame Olivier, or Dinah, and sometimes with Stas, she could participate in the excursions to the nearer localities of the desert and to Karun.- "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.
- "Fernley House", Laura E. Richards.
- "The Extermination of the American Bison", William T. Hornaday.