stumpy

[stuhm-pee]
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Origin of stumpy

First recorded in 1590–1600; stump + -y1
Related formsstump·i·ly, adverbstump·i·ness, noun
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Related Words for stumpy

chunky, pudgy, squat, stocky, stubby

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British Dictionary definitions for stumpy

stumpy

adjective stumpier or stumpiest
  1. short and thickset like a stump; stubby
  2. abounding in or full of stumps
Derived Formsstumpiness, noun
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