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chatter bump
 n.— «At the other end of the mud course was also a sharp left-hand turn with simulated chatter bumps on the pavement.» —“Dishing the dirt on safe winter driving” by Howard J. Elmer Toronto Star (Can.) Oct. 11, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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