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Etymology:

Blend of jumbo and umbrella.


Noun:

jumbrella (plural jumbrellas) A broad, canopy-like umbrella, generally used to cover the outdoor patio of a restaurant or bar, either on its own (if it is of sufficient size) or in combination with others. 2008, Alex Eyre, "Bars & Pubs: Cask", Manchester Evening News, 7 August 2008: More pleasing - though hardly groundbreaking - is a small, decked beer garden out back, about half the size of the inside space, fringed by planting, covered by a jumbrella and scattered liberally with ashtrays, tables and chairs.


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Similar Words:

Other words similar to jumbrella can be found below:

1.jumar
2.jumart
3.jumble
4.jumble sale
5.jumbled
6.jumblement
7.jumbler
8.jumblingly
9.jumbo
10.jumbo jet
11.jumboize
12.jumbotron
13.jumbrella
14.jumbuck
15.jumelle
16.jument
17.jumentous
18.jump
19.jump about
20.jump around
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