adjective, tub·bi·er, tub·bi·est.
Related formstub·bi·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for tubby
Remember the first Walkman, introduced in 1979, with its tubby buttons and workmanlike profile.Space Shuttle Enterprise: Flashback to an Icon of ‘70s Design|Blake Gopnik|July 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Gazing toward Stonington Hunt, Tubby saw that the man held a revolver in his hand.
Tubby was the first to give these disquieting thoughts words.The Boy Scouts at the Panama Canal|John Henry Goldfrap
Better curb that fierce thirst of yours for a minute or two, Tubby, while we watch what's passing.The Boy Scouts on Belgian Battlefields|Lieut. Howard Payson
They heard one of the girls calling, and Tubby 236 lumbered around to see Frankie gesticulating from the window.Wyn's Camping Days|Amy Bell Marlowe
At first Tubby thought that they were those of some of the party in the cave who had come out to see what had become of them.