knobby

[ US /ˈnɑbi/ ]
[ UK /nˈɒbi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having knobs
    had knobbly knees
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How To Use knobby In A Sentence

  • This marks the new dawn for the curvy cucumber and the knobby carrot, " said E.
  • Hybrid bikes are bikes that generally have 27-inch tires which are larger and not usually as knobby as your average mountain bike; this makes them quicker and quieter.
  • Grey-haired matrons, in their favorite skirts and lucky boots, spin and move with knobby-kneed, pot-bellied men.
  • The knobby jagged clay cliff became as grand and exotic as the Grand Canyon to them.
  • Once nearly wiped out by poachers who made shawls from its wool, the chiru's numbers have increased in recent years, and the knobby-kneed bovid has emerged as a symbol of China's environmental-protection efforts. China Eats Crow
  • Grey-haired matrons, in their favorite skirts and lucky boots, spin and move with knobby-kneed, pot-bellied men.
  • He has a face of that rubicund, knobby type I have heard an indignant mineralogist speak of as botryoidal, and about it waves a quantity of disorderly blond hair. A Modern Utopia
  • The nodules are disc-shaped, knobby, pale greenish-yellow, and 2-12 cm in diameter.
  • He sat down heavily beside the knobby one, crowding him into the shade. THE DISPOSSESSED
  • A walk around the garden is a lesson in the diversity of things that can thrive in this climate: tiny turkey figs, knobby atemoya, towering banana trees. post-gazette.com - News
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