from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having the nature of or suggesting a stub, as in shortness, broadness, or thickness: stubby fingers and toes.
- adj. Having a short, stocky build; thickset.
- adj. Short and blunt, as from much use: a stubby pencil. See Regional Note at stob.
- adj. Covered with or made of stubs.
- adj. Short and bristly: a stubby beard.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Abounding with stubs.
- adj. Like a stub; short, especially cut short, thick and stiff; stunted; stubbed.
- n. A small, squat beer bottle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Abounding with stubs.
- adj. Short and thick; short and strong, as bristles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A bounding with stubs.
- Short, thick, and stiff; stubbed: as, stubby bristles; stubby fingers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. short and blunt
Weldcraft's gas lens product line consists of three main styles - standard size, large diameter and 'stubby' - to fit TIG torches with 10N or 13N series front-end parts and to accommodate tungsten-electrode diameters ranging from 0. 020in (0. 508mm) to 5/32in.
You see, they have trouble differentiating between members of their fairer sex and a short beer bottle known as a stubby.
(known as a stubby) ratchets like a Swiss clock, fits all standard attachments, and comes with a bunch of bits, as well as extenders to help you get at hard-to-reach screws.
"The Gambusia just keep taking bites out of the tadpoles, and the tadpoles end up kind of stubby," says the study's author, Sharon Lawler, a professor of entomology at University of California at Davis.
It certainly is superior to the awkwardly redesigned shifters recently deployed by the aforementioned competition, such as stubby shifter stalks on the steering wheel that don't conform to traditional shifter behavior.
"Publishing magazines full of slander about George Washington, and this new kind of stubby-ended poetry!"
Kate Gosselin used to mock her ex-husband by calling his manhood "stubby", it has been reported.
A hybrid event including both Giant Slalom and Slalom turn sizes, and both regular and "stubby" gates, the Kombi highlights young racers 'agility and adaptability.
For my microcosm, I'm going to the giants: Yao Ming, when he first came over, disappointed some NBA people with his (relatively) "stubby" wingspan-his wingspan is about an inch shorter than his height, which is uncommonly short.
The pilot reaming process is likewise subjected to a series of changes to speeds and feeds, with the initial pre-sizing carried out at 75m/min and a faster 1m/min feed rate due to the improvements in rigidity from the more 'stubby' tool length.
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