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  • adjective comparative form of knobby: more knobby


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  • He looked larger and knobbier than ever and, if anything, more embarrassed.

    At Good Old Siwash

  • He broke his ring finger playing football in highschool PE and his knuckle is a lot knobbier on that finger.

    Offbeat Bride

  • specifically its analog filter, nearly identical as the one in the much bulkier, knobbier Korg

    Wired Top Stories


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