[ nuhb-uhl ]
/ ˈnʌb əl /
a small lump or piece.
a small knob or protuberance.
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He was at the spring every day and boarded at the house of a neighbor, named Murch, who lived nearer to Nubble Hill than we did.A Busy Year at the Old Squire's|Charles Asbury Stephens
British Dictionary definitions for nubble
/ (ˈnʌbəl) /
a small lump
Derived forms of nubblenubbly, adjective
Word Origin for nubble
C19: diminutive of nub
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