shlump


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schloomp

and schlump and shlump (ʃlump and ʃlʊmp)
n. a stupid and lazy person. (From German via Yiddish.) Tell that schloomp to get busy or get out.

shlump

verb
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Yiddishkeit seems to luxuriate in its own lack of elegance and its own marginalization, which is why a book of comics art, another outsider form, seems especially appropriate to describe it and why a wry shlump like Pekar seems an especially apt coauthor.
Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch" had faded to "Schlep, shuffle, shuffie, shrug, shuffle, shlump.
Toots Shor says, "Don't be a shlump all your life, Gleason.
Lorin's story has the dramatic pull of those 1940s mysteries like Rebecca o Laura, in which a somewhat shlump protagonist, entranced by a mythically beautiful dead woman, goes about piecing together her less than seemly his tory.
We have some new people coming in, and we need all the space we can get,'' he tells one poor shlump played by Stephen Root.