The Collaborative International Dictionary
Slumpy \Slump"y\, a.
Easily broken through; boggy; marshy; swampy. [Prov. Eng. &
a. Characteristic of an economic slump.
Usage examples of "slumpy".
Walter Brandon and Margaret Walker, and the next day I was on the road, if road you could call it, for the like of it you never saw--sometimes rough and tangled, sometimes soft and slumpy, sometimes scrubby and stony.
I missed the kids, even the slumpy, acned, socially inept high school kids.
He was so groggy and his muscles were so slumpy he could hardly sit up, but he clung to the idea that he was out for a nice morning ride.