adjective, nob·bi·er, nob·bi·est. British Slang.
Related formsnob·bi·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for nobby
I saw Nobby Stiles, George Cohen, and the giant Jack Charlton winning every ball in midfield and distributing beautifully.
The man whom he had addressed as "Blake" picked up Nobby and, crossing the room, laid the terrier in Berry's arms.
As soon as Wally can get his new suit that hes ordered from that nobby tailor.The Motor Girls at Camp Surprise|Margaret Penrose
Must find Nobby; he collared the "kitty" when that blinking boat got hit!
To amuse ourselves, we called a secret meeting and decided to hold a court-martial, Nobby being elected president.John Brown|Captain R. W. Campbell
Six days had elapsed since Nobby's scuffle with the apple of Mr. Bason's eye.