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knobbly

(ˈnɒblɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
having or covered with small knobs; bumpy
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.knobbly - having knobs; "had knobbly knees"
unshapely - not well-proportioned and pleasing in shape; "a stout unshapely woman"
Translations
ذو عُقَد
nopret
hnÿttur, hnúîóttur
yumrulu

knobbly

[ˈnɒblɪ] knobby [ˈnɒbɪ] ADJ (knobb(l)ier (compar) (knobb(l)iest (superl))) [stick] → nudoso; [knees] → huesudo

knobbly

[ˈnɒbli] knobby [ˈnɒbi] (US) adj
[wood, surface] → noueux/euse
[knees] → noueux

knobbly

adj (+er) woodknorrig, verwachsen; surfaceuneben, höckrig, knubbelig (inf); knobbly kneesKnubbelknie pl (inf)

knobbly

[ˈnɒblɪ] knob£by (Am) [ˈnɒbi] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (wood, surface) → nodoso/a; (knee) → ossuto/a

knob

(nob) noun
1. a hard rounded part standing out from the main part. a bedstead with brass knobs on.
2. a rounded handle on or for a door or drawer. wooden door-knobs.
ˈknobbly adjective
having knobs or lumps. a knobbly walking-stick.
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Actor and Woodland Trust supporter Brian Blessed said: "We want to hear about the most impressive, unusual and knobbly specimens - a bit like me.
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LISTER Motor Company is launching a limited run of 10 special edition cars, the Lister Knobbly Jaguar Stirling Moss, each costing a cool PS1 million.
After overhauling runaway early leader Gary Pearson's Lister Jaguar Knobbly during the pit-stop phase, he eased away to secure a commanding victory in a car that was raced by Formula One legends Phil Hill and Wolfgang von Trips back in 1961.
Brian Lister, one of the great unsung heroes of motor racing and humble creator of the legendary Lister Knobbly, died last week at 88.
In the past 12 months since its rebirth, Lister has sold nine of the limited run of its [pounds sterling]350,000 ($447494) Knobbly anniversary cars generating an order book with a value of over [pounds sterling]3 million ($4.
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