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- adj. Like or resembling a stump, short and cut off.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of stumps; hard; strong.
- adj. Short and thick; stubby.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Abounding with stumps of trees.
- Having the character or appearance of a stump; short and thick; stubby; stocky.
- n. Ready money; cash.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. short and thick; as e.g. having short legs and heavy musculature
Don't fucking buy specialized if you think it's so gimmicky and expensive. ok 6k for a stumpy is a lot, but this racket has been going on for years, this is hardly news.
Of course, then Mayor Gavin Newsom would be called "stumpy".
If lameness is met with at all, then it is where we have a foot that is in other respects unsound, with badly contracted heels and upright 'stumpy' hoof, or where side-bones have occurred in a young animal, and have already reached a large size before the horse is put to labour.
Is it me are does Jessica appear "stumpy" with the extra weght?
"stumpy" plough; it would probably break to pieces one day and then he would be helpless; he had much better take to fishing which gave quick and easy returns.
"stumpy," and very dark, or tinged with unclean yellow.
Some aspects of the design are a little strange -- the rather weak articulation of the principal elevation behind the low screen of the narthex; the wealth of freestanding or nearly-freestanding towers, the stumpy nave swallowed up by the great crossing; but many of these are simply traceable to the titanic scale of the project, a feature common to every one of the designs submitted.
Music for evil stumpy Russian men to dance to while wearing budgie smugglers and pretending they're being fellated.
He's stumpy and swarthy, with a quick mind and aptitude for getting in trouble.
Sand sifted away to reveal broad but stumpy arms and stocky legs.