This time the unknown ducked his knobby head at the attacker.
His face was almost as hard and knobby as his stick; and so were his hands.
Dot unhooked her own and her sisters stockings and then jumped down, a bulky and knobby hose under each arm.
And then its briny deeps ceased to swim with knobby condiments.
She put out her wrinkled hand, thin to be sure, but still slender and smooth, with no knobby joints.
Jason clutched the knobby bark of the logs when he was left alone.
The knobby wood-work and shiny horse-hair covering of the easy-chair suggest anything but ease.
And carrying nice, knobby stone creeks to stave in our heads!
Conlon leaned over the shelf of the roll-top desk, and pressed upon a paper-weight with his knobby thumb.
It was slim and sort o' knobby like this wood—what's the name of it, now?