nuggety

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nuggety

(ˈnʌɡɪtɪ)
adj
1. of or resembling a nugget
2. informal Austral and NZ (of a person) thickset; stocky
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The researchers grouped them into the categories "tall turkeys" and "nuggetty chickens."
My son chose the Otis burger which came on a board with a cup of really appetising looking chips, crisp and golden in a nuggetty rather than a smooth way.
Some of these intersections, where they are believed to represent a significant reef, including the Procyon Reef described above, have been sent for Screen Fire Assays where the chances of larger gold particles being recovered from the assay process is increased (if they are present) - a much more accurate assay method for coarse 'nuggetty' gold.
He is a true, gritty, grumpy, nuggetty character, who would do whatever it takes to connive and contrive a win for his beloved homeland.
In that case, its fall together with exposure of its secret root-sieving of gravel through the floods and years would add a nuggetty chapter to its story.
A tall glass of great ice cream, slightly nuggetty with praline arrived, with a teeny jug of hot espresso coffee poured over it at the table.
Everything is here in the nuggetty, sparkling patterns of her verse.-AD
"Although initial production will be modest and quite volatile given the nuggetty nature and uneven distribution of the gold, we believe that Sao Chico will ultimately develop into a significant mine that could process ores from nearby deposits and tenements.
While the geological confidence is moderate and Gilded Rose is a narrow, discontinuous and nuggetty deposit; the drillhole spacing of approximately 20m, the Ordinary Kriging estimation method, combined with the search parameters used in the first pass (estimating approximately 15% of the domain blocks), the foregoing parameters are considered sufficient for an Indicated Resource estimate.