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knobble

(ˈnɒbəl)
n
a small knob or lump
vb (tr)
to knock or strike (stone, rock, etc)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.knobble - a small knob
knob, boss - a circular rounded projection or protuberance
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Similarly, 10% of onions that are the wrong shape and size, and 8% of carrots grown with knobbles and bobbles are left with growers.
Ian Harrison, Asda's produce technical director, said: "Even if fruit and veg have some knobbles and blemishes this doesn't affect the quality or taste - a carrot is still a carrot.
The knobbles are signs of a diseased vein or veins.
Wonderful hands with their veins, their knobbles, their immense strength and their delicate touch.
The company is also delving further back into the past with the relaunch of its 19th Century brands John Ginger's Ginger Nuts and Oat & Honey and Oat & Lemon Knobbles.
5cm (1in) wide knobbles at the top of tall wiry stems.