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  • n. Plural form of knobble.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Counted the eyes and prominent teeth, the knobbles of feet and paws.

    The creature in the coal

  • He's just about gone anyway, knuckles catching knobbles in the wheel.

    Shoot first

  • These may proceed terribly rented knobbles for all those people, who have would have climbed the highest mountain of gains lik.


  • Lets just hope it was his twin brothers body and someone knobbles him early doors so we can have the wheelie egg head back!

    Comic Book Movie

  • Thanks for your contributions to FOSS and those explanations on your blog of the various audio bits and knobbles in Linuxland.

    Planet KDE


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