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- adj. having warts
- adj. similar to a wart
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having warts; full of warts; overgrow with warts.
- adj. Of the nature of warts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling a wart; of or relating to a wart or warts; covered with warts or wart-like excrescences; verrucous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of skin) covered with warts or projections that resemble warts
Alexander was a kind of warty red-orange creature who looked suspiciously like somebody in a suit.
1 First described by Lewis and Clark; now known as the warty salamander
Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines it as: 1) a projection or outgrowth especially when abnormal (such as warty excrescences in the colon); 2) a disfiguring, extraneous, or unwanted mark or part (a blot); and 3) a by-product. "
Catty, we are all confident there are many personalities under that warty green skin.
We are subject, she continues, to the “visual impact of all these warty, unappetizing Jews”.
Old, warty politicians scheming to get a piece of the pie.
Del, I don't know what kind of maidens you are used to kissing but a 3.5 inch turkey load tends to leave a "hickey" on my shoulder after each smooch ... even when that orange bead is held on the base of old Tom's warty neck!
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. mdash; After decades of trying to grow perfect, round, orange pumpkins, farmers have found many people believe nothing says Halloween like a warty, ...
There are also specially bred varieties the like warty Knucklehead.
After decades of trying to grow perfect, round, orange pumpkins, farmers have found many people believe nothing says Halloween like a warty, twisted gourd in a weird color.