snubby

[ snuhb-ee ]
/ ˈsnʌb i /
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adjective, snub·bi·er, snub·bi·est.

somewhat snub, as the nose.
short and thick or wide; stubby; stumpy: snubby fingers.
tending to snub people.

Nearby words

  1. snri,
  2. sns,
  3. snu,
  4. snub,
  5. snub-nosed,
  6. snubfin dolphin,
  7. snuck,
  8. snudge,
  9. snuff,
  10. snuff film

Origin of snubby

First recorded in 1820–30; snub + -y1

Related formssnub·bi·ness, noun

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