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Physical ProximityPlay
Use 'clump' when things or people are not just close, but touching or overlapping. SlideThe mushrooms grew in a tight clump against the tree.
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Natural FormationPlay
'Clump' often describes how plants or natural objects group together unplanned. SlideA clump of flowers bloomed wildly in the meadow.
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Not CrowdedPlay
A 'clump' implies a small number, not a large crowd or gathering. SlideThey stood in a small clump waiting for the guide.