nuggety

nuggety

(ˈnʌɡɪtɪ)
adj
1. of or resembling a nugget
2. informal Austral and NZ (of a person) thickset; stocky
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WHAT YOU GET Although it lacks the nuggety compactness of the three-door car, the five-door Sportback isn't a bad looker at all, certainly a good deal easier on the eye than the rather 'challenging' BMW 1 Series.
But nuggety Napoleon Berbizier was the key figure in the mighty French team of the mid-80s.
Collingwood's nuggety determination at the crease earned him 68 Test caps.
One parked in the left-field, though, is Greg King, the nuggety inside centre who filled in at London Scottish.
On the flip side, Australia, led by the nuggety Chris Rogers and well supported by Shane Watson, will believe they have a real opportunity of winning their first Test since early January against Sri Lanka.
I'm not happy at all with our performance but we have to give credit to UAE for their nuggety and tough defence, which put us under a lot of pressure.
They have strong, nuggety players in their squad, and we need to front up.
Lancashire have drawn six of their last seven four-day games with their batsman, including ex-South Africa man Ashwell Prince, in nuggety form.
He said he remained patient with underperforming players and praised their nuggety contributions.
Yet even the nuggety Worcester head coach felt sufficiently moved by Shaun Perry's indomitable performance against Northampton a few weeks ago to describe the half-back as 'a warrior in the true sense of the word'.
The 26-year-old has demonstrated the value of the same fearless attitude, with bat as well as ball, in Test cricket - as an Ashes-winner last winter - and with nuggety innings down the order to help England clinch the ongoing NatWest Series against India 2-0 with one to play.