adjective, stub·bi·er, stub·bi·est.
- stubborn as a mule,
- stubbs, william,
- stuck for, be
Origin of stubby
Examples from the Web for stubby
But the key to positive identification was that stubby little finger on his left hand.The Night the SEALS Captured the Butcher of Fallujah|Patrick Robinson|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But how could they bronze that stubby little body, the melon head, the double chin?Richard Ben Cramer Dies: Iconic Writer Had an Unerring Ear for Dialogue|John Avlon|January 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Over time, as cells reproduce, our telomeres become shorter and shorter, until they become so stubby that the process stops.
Stubby pushed two chairs up to the fire, waved Jack to one, and extended his own feet to the blaze.Poor Man's Rock|Bertrand W. Sinclair
She had stubby hands, and a figure which resembled a corn sack, well filled, and stamped down.Through Arctic Lapland|Cutcliffe Hyne
There was a row of stubby telephone poles with a sagging wire between them.Operation Terror|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Stubby atmospheric wings unfolded into place on the shining metal sides.Deepfreeze|Robert Donald Locke
Stubby and Buster went to the river and were soon swimming around and having great sport in the water as it was nice and warm.Billy Whiskers' Adventures|Frances Trego Montgomery