from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. uneven, rugged
- adj. hobbling, walking with a hobble (unbalanced tread).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Rough; uneven; causing one to hobble; as a hobbly road.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of holes; rough; uneven, as a road.
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Good to see you around, even if it's just a wee hobbly bit.
And flirting with hobbly bobbly certainly does not help.
Wherever the trotting, treacherous pasture faltered between hobbly, rock-strewn glare and soft, lush-carpeted spots of shade, she chose the hobbly, rock-strewn glare!
Where the hobbly lane curved darkly into a meadow through a snarl of winter-stricken willows the rattle of a loose window-pane smote quite distinctly on the ear.
Under her feet the smoothish village road turned suddenly into the harsh and hobbly ruts of a country lane.
I took a short cut for better speed, but it was a hobbly road.
And later, as I left to go out, I saw a most unusual sight (after this earlier one): a turkey on the roof of a two-story apartment, balancing there, then noticing it had been spotted by yours truly, and I heard it’s hobbly scraggling down the other side of the roof, and then bursting sound of flapping wings, and the next moment it was safely ensconced high up in a redwood tree.