bump
 adj.— «Purdue University English Professor Samantha Blackmon says young people in her native Detroit no longer call music or CDs “cool,” for example. “Music is considered ‘bump’ in Detroit,” she said.» —“Our evolving ‘slanguage’” by Abe Aamidor Indianapolis Star (Ind.) Aug. 24, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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