Student or Learner
What does the expression: "with nary a bump" means ?
Whether this is a bump in the road, on the skin, or the 'bump' of the All About Eve type - "Fasten your seat-belts. It's going to be a bumpy night." :
'nary' is fairly common in the UK and stems from the time in the 18 century when people would say 'ne'er a' =never a. Now it is just an informal way of saying "not", (but used selectively for an 'effect' )