Lately the Establishment has been regaling us with views, statements, opinions and outpourings that bump against
one another in a carnival of conflict themes, slants and directions.
Snoring occurs when these structures vibrate and bump against
We came across a little bump against
Lithuania and we want to get back to winning ways."
It had looked like United would be brought down to earth with a bump against
Quique Sanchez Flores' impressive Watford outfit, only for captain Mata's strike to secure a 1-0 win.
She was found guilty of using her chest to bump against
the arm of chief inspector Chan Ka-po during the protest in the rural Yuen Long district of the city, where chaotic scenes broke out over the number of traders shopping there.
Elderly beefeaters, tea-drinking bobbies and fake moon-landing conspiracies bump against
BLUES came crashing down to earth with an almighty bump against
Being rated BBB- allows us the opportunity to upgrade twice before we bump against
the single A ceiling.
These implied privacy rights often bump against
explicit constitutional rights such as free speech, free press, and criminal rights protections.
AFTER some decent showings against Huddersfield Giants and Leeds Rhinos we were brought back down to earth with a bump against
a red-hot Wigan Warriors outfit.
Newcastle United 1 Blackburn Rovers 2 CHRIS Hughton accused his Newcastle side of lacking guile after they came back down to earth with a bump against
a dogged Blackburn.
"We came down to earth with a bump against
Leicester and we are not where we want to be, but this is a great step forward for us."
IF YOU BUMP against
a John Dory in the deep blue sea, you'll be reminded of your favourite duffer from school.
When we were firing from the assault position, it had a bad tendency to bump against
the body, dropping 100 rounds at our feet; not a good thing in the middle of a firefight.
2 : to bump against
something without intending to <Careful!