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use "lump" in a sentence

See, the so-called lump of jobs fallacy really is a fallacy.

You may be saying with some irritation, "Don't lump me in with them.

Keep your brown sugar soft and lump free by this simple trick.

She took a one-time lump payment of $197.4 million, about $140 million after taxes.

If the winner opts for lump-sum payment, they'll take home $337 million before taxes.

Officials said Greece could lump all the payments together into one and avoid default.

It is unknown if they took the lump sum of $119,993,157 before taxes or annual payments.

The Urban Institute should know better than to lump Medicare and Social Security together.

She thought for sure she had just seen me struck and ground into a lump of Leftist leftovers.

However, he says, it is unfair and inaccurate to lump Syrian refugees in with the terrorists.

It’s easy to just lump that play in as another Seattle defensive failing against a tight end.

The new six-year contract gives employees a lump sum of $800 and $55 per year, as of the signing.

1. Pay Down Your Debt A tax return is one of the largest lump sums of money you may receive all year.

Once that solid lump of nickel and iron forms in the stellar core, a lot of things go haywire - fast.

They've been offered counselling services, a $10,000 lump sum and $10,000 towards their moving costs.

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