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- adj. Having stubble.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Covered with stubble; stubbled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Covered with stubble; stubbled.
- Resembling stubble; short and stiff.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a short growth of beard
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Young, intense, lean, charismatic and stubbly, the two are separated by the great cultural wall that keeps Barcelona and Real Madrid apart.
With his great stubbly jaw Sigmund looks like Desperate Dan's mountain cousin, but there's nothing comic about Sigmund.
Sitting amongst his goods in a folding chair, a middle-aged man with a head of thick salt and pepper hair and a stubbly beard waved for me to come over.
Okay, he was no doubt seven feet tall, had a hoarse voice, a dirty, stubbly chin and a big loaded machine gun; he scared me.
The only really disturbing thing I discovered was that the hippie gardener had come back sometime during the day and re-re-graded the backyard so my stubbly little lawn was completely destroyed again and replaced with a huge pile of dirt.
He's young, stubbly and scruffy, a slouchy cool that makes one think that Kate must be cool and edgy, too.
For the really energetic among us, there is also hydra-energetic roll-on, advertised in the same break by more stubbly types, this time wearing open-necked shirts, looking mean and guarding their cards in a poker game, for "when your nights are long, and you don't want your eyes to betray you".
I think the fact that his voice matches his stubbly, strong-featured face perfectly takes them, both attractive on their own, and squares 'em instead of adds 'em.
In my pocket I had a chocolate bar, so I broke it in half and smeared it right on the slouched man's stubbly face.
Scott Thompson About 5-foot-6 and with a stubbly, brown goatee, the Boston native has the appearance and sound of Cliff Clavin from "Cheers."
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