The old Rav sat in his chair leaning on his old, knobbly, knotted stick, and listened.
Beside it lay two pieces of a stout and knobbly walking stick which had been broken in half.
Why, I wonder that just the recollection of my red hands, knobbly and spread with work, does not make you wince into aloofness.
And not so much as a sketch-book scrawl of a weary woman seeking rest on knobbly rustic seats in vain.
Some of the trees were smooth, with curious flat leaves and knobbly brown berries that tasted like buttered toast.
Do all Spanish dancers have knobbly faces like you might make out of a potato?
Stretching one hand out, she softly touched the knobbly nose and laughed aloud, hunching her shoulders in glee.
Our way now lay up the couloir; the snow was steep, but knobbly, and hence but few steps were required to give the boots a hold.
I would cultivate the correct pose of the hat and wear boots with knobbly toes.
It was a narrow lane leading to Southwark High Street, paved with knobbly stones and walled in with tall houses.