scrubbiness


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scrub·by

 (skrŭb′ē)
adj. scrub·bi·er, scrub·bi·est
1. Covered with or consisting of scrub or underbrush.
2. Shrublike or scraggly: scrubby trees; scrubby cattle.
3. Paltry or shabby: a scrubby little house.

scrub′bi·ly adv.
scrub′bi·ness n.
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Noun1.scrubbiness - the property of being stunted and inferior in size or quality; "the scrawniness of sickly trees"
low quality, inferiority - an inferior quality
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