adjective, snub·bi·er, snub·bi·est.
Origin of snubby
Examples from the Web for snubby
The old man put the volume down upon his knee and looked at Snubby with eyes that seemed to be gazing on distant scenes.
He could not believe that Snubby Turner had anything to do with it.
It was a snubby little building with square front like a store, "Real Estate" painted its width above the door.Trail's End|George W. Ogden
She was short, well rounded, with a head as square as Fulaanu's was oblong, and a nose as snubby as Fulaanu's was romanesque.The Pacific Triangle|Sydney Greenbie
Two dozen boys saw the paper and read the message before Snubby Turner tore it down and carried it up to Teeny-bits' room.