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slabby

(ˈslæbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
covered by slabs
n, pl -bies
(Building) dialect NZ a person who works with slabs of timber
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A surprisingly kinetic series of slabby steps, festooned with books and shaded by a very climbable tree with branches that curl convincingly to the floor in sympathy with the action.
Conjecture may suggest that in situations of high cut-point, slabby sinks and high loadings, there may be a tendency for sinking particles to be entrained with floats and carried to overflow.
This fast impact fracture is different from the slow compression breaking in cone or jaw crushers that produce more slabby or flat material (5:1 length to height ratio).
The third generation X-Trail has lost its slabby looks in favour of more rounded contours - more like its smaller Qashqai sister.
On the range-topper, wood-effect trim also breaks up the slabby effect of the dark dashboard.
When containing space, the normal rule of thumb is that the bigger the SUV's cargo area is, the less appealing the body is likely to be as the sides get a little slabby.
When containing space the normal rule of thumb is the bigger the SUV's cargo area the less appealing the body is likely to be as the sides get a little slabby.
Sal, age 19 and nicknamed Slabby for his movie star good looks deciphers code out of the Navy's radio shack on a minesweeper in the Pacific.
On the range-topper wood effect trim also breaks up the slabby effect of the dark coloured dashboard.