adjective, scab·bi·er, scab·bi·est.
- scabbard fish,
- scabby mouth,
Origin of scabby
Examples from the Web for scabby
Or scabby, old, fake floral arrangements with more dust than petals.
You could not make head or tail of him; but I know their scabby lingo.Dariel|R. D. Blackmore
The scabby slabberdegullions still waited for us at the port, expecting to be greased in the fist as well as their masters.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
It is that scabby baby on the third floor, fallen out of bed again, with nobody home to pick him up.The Promised Land|Mary Antin