adjective, knob·bi·er, knob·bi·est.
Examples from the Web for knobby
She stopped her horse, and beckoned Eric over to her with the knobby handle of a faded and bony umbrella.Kilmeny of the Orchard|Lucy Maud Montgomery
His muscles were knots, and he was gnarled and knobby, twisted out of beauty by excess of strength.The Game|Jack London
A man sprang at me and thrust something cold and knobby into my neckcloth.Romance|Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
When Potch had worked it out of its socket, the knobby was found to be even bigger than they had thought at first.The Black Opal|Katharine Susannah Prichard
Would he have wit enough to think of exploring the big, knobby ball for its delicate secret?The Golden Road|Lucy Maud Montgomery