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stubbed

[ stuhb-id, stuhbd ]
/ ˈstʌb ɪd, stʌbd /
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adjective
reduced to or resembling a stub; short and thick; stumpy.
abounding in or rough with stubs.
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Origin of stubbed

First recorded in 1520–30; stub1 + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM stubbed

stub·bed·ness, nounun·stubbed, adjective
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