- schlub + -y (Wiktionary)
“Try feeling a little "schlubby" popping around the corner for a newspaper.”
“I do have "schlubby" skirts but they're still skirts.”
“While the movie told the vast majority of the story through the eyes of Arthur Dent, schlubby English nobody, as a way of giving the viewing audience a point-of-view they could relate to and gain familiarity with during the fantastical events of the story.”
“But the aging fop cheats on her like mad, which gives hope to the schlubby, radiantly unsuccessful Hardy scholar played by American stage actor Bill Camp.”
“But then I heard this conversation, between a schlubby MIT grad student and a woman I thought at first glance was Julia Stiles:”
“He looks at her and sees a beautiful and vivacious young woman on her way to bigger and better things but he also sees in the mirror she represents a schlubby and dull no longer young man who is going nowhere fast and he hates it and sets out to shatter the mirror.”
“In the film, which opened in theatres nationwide Friday, Carell plays Cal, a lovably schlubby fortysomething man with two kids whose long-time wife Emily Julianne Moore informs him that she has cheated on him and wants a divorce.”
“I know this show has its ardent fans, and some episodes have been funny especially when focusing on the schlubby gay Max, the series' freshest character, but the real happy ending would be if the show were retooled to move Max in with Penny and Alex and get rid of the other three miserably unfunny characters.”
“Wearing a fat suit and a look of schlubby determination, he's the embodiment of repressed midcentury maleness except, of course, when he does a tap number and joins a show-stopping kick line.”
“The comedian is best known for performing as a schlubby, dazed sidekick.”
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