adjective, scab·bi·er, scab·bi·est.
Origin of scabby
Related Words for scabbyblotchy, coarse, notched, scaly, encrusted, lepidote, scabby, flaky, furfuraceous
Examples from the Web for scabby
Contemporary Examples of scabby
Or scabby, old, fake floral arrangements with more dust than petals.Gordon Ramsay: 7 Hotel Horrors!
August 9, 2012
Historical Examples of scabby
You could not make head or tail of him; but I know their scabby lingo.Dariel
R. D. Blackmore
Don't you have anything to do with Scabby Thompson, or you'll be sorry for it.While the Billy Boils
You have drunk enough of our milk, you scabby Christ-killer!The White Terror and The Red
The skin is scaly or scabby, sometimes appearing like a large seed-wart.Domestic Animals
Richard L. Allen
I cant keep run of all the scabby customers he brings in here.The Heart of Canyon Pass
Thomas K. Holmes