Royal Bumps

What Does "Royal Bumps" Mean?

"Royal bumps" is an English idiom. It is a reference to the ceremonial and formal bowing or curtsying performed in the presence of royalty or dignitaries.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three examples of the idiom "royal bumps" used in a sentence:

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