verb (used with object), knobbed, knob·bing.
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Origin of knob
OTHER WORDS FROM knobknob·like, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH knobknob nob
Words nearby knob
Example sentences from the Web for knobbed
The fields were strewn with yellowing pumpkins and swelling hubbard squashes, knobbed, burly, and deep green.Plowing On Sunday|Sterling North
I rose up, p. 105cut a knobbed stick from the spot as a sort of memento, and began my wanderings.Peter Schlemihl|Adelbert von Chamisso
The delicate profile of his face, bespoke the loftiest aristocracy; his knobbed and bony hands resembled a beggar's.Pierre; or The Ambiguities|Herman Melville
From these rise many smooth, knobbed knees above the surface of the water in the rainy season.Trees Every Child Should Know|Julia Ellen Rogers
The animal within the cup may or may not be borne on a stalk, and this stalk may or may not be knobbed.Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole|Gary N. Calkins