from The Century Dictionary.
- Resembling a stub; short and blunt; truncated.
- Rough with roots and stumps; stubby.
- Blunt or rugged in character; not delicate or sensitive; hardy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Reduced to a stub; short and thick, like something truncated; blunt; obtuse.
- adjective Abounding in stubs; stubby.
- adjective Not nice or delicate; hardy; rugged.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective Short and thick, like something truncated;
- adjective Abounding in
- adjective Not
delicate; hardy; rugged.
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'' We kind of stubbed our own toe a little bit. ''
This wasn't nearly as gross as the time you 'stubbed' your toe!
"We kind of stubbed our toe when we were up, 3-1," Thomas admitted.
Barely were the words out of my mouth when I stubbed my toe on some obstacle, pitched forward, and butted my head into something that FELT very much like a door.
“I stubbed my toe on a corner of the dresser,” he muttered.
One night in getting away from a patrol, I had stubbed my toes on rocks.
Munir laughed, sounding infinitely tired, and stubbed out his cigarette.
At nine o'clock he stubbed his toe on a rocky ledge, and from sheer weariness and weakness staggered and fell.
This minimizes injuries to the shoulders, arms, and hands by preventing the chance of â€œflailâ€ injuries – if youâ€ ™ ve ever stubbed your toe, replace your toe with an arm and you know what I mean.
Or when she stubbed her foot on her dresser and broke her pinkie toe.