bobbly


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bobbly

(ˈbɒbəlɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
(of fabric) covered in small balls of fabric, as a result of washing and wear
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On a bobbly surface, Town had the better of the opening half hour.
In London the Solero was tops, with the Nobbly Bobbly taking the honours in the East of England.
The level of discomfort they face in the name of fashion is admirable, whereas I cut about in a pair of bobbly leggings and Ugg boots for the majority of the time.
I applied the mixture to my damp hair, but while rinsing it I had the water too hot so it cooked the eggs, meaning I then spent half an hour combing out bobbly bits of omelette from my hair.
GLASS HALF EMPTY 1 3 The Meadow Lane pitch is not in the the best of conditions, having been described as dry, worn and bobbly in recent weeks which never makes an easy afternoon for the Sky Blues whose football is more suited to carpet-like surfaces.
Today there was a blustery wind and a bobbly pitch and I had to tell my defenders to play one-touch, get rid of the ball and keep it out of our net.
Bedlington Social Club equalised when a long kick by goalkeeper Liam Douglas flicked off Barrington defender Josh Laverick's head before bouncing awkwardly on the bobbly surface and looping over Barrington goalkeeper Simon Brown.
The stadium is also used by London Welsh rugby, and large areas the playing surface have become a muddy mess and very bobbly.
I remember we played in the Bernabeu a game we lost 2-0 in pre-season to Real Madrid a few years back when I was at the club, and I was amazed at how bobbly and poor the surface was.
The pitch was bobbly but there's no excuses, it was one of those days.
In some years they go on into the first murky days of winter and bobbly thickets of black central cones persist long after that.
It wasn't the purest game of football and the pitch was bobbly and dry.