nubble nubble


  • (n) a small lump or protuberance


  • Instead, there were harshly patterned compositions with heavily outlined figures, thickly painted limbs that looked like kneaded dough, nubble-knuckled hands and feet.


  • Nubble Light Challenge aids mental health

    YORK, Maine — Like most summer mornings at Sohier Park, visitors filled the parking lot and perched themselves on the surrounding rocks, where they could get a closer view of the famed Cape Neddick "Nubble" Lighthouse.
    on July 23, 2013     Source: Portsmouth Herald


  1. "It's time to get Maine's economy off the branch line and onto the fast track," Merrill said several times during an interview with the Sun Journal. "Just like the windmills on Black Nubble Mountain, people realize that we can't continue to...
    on Sep 6, 2006 By: Barbara Merrill Source: (subscription)

  2. "I am hoping to see a lot of people out at the Nubble Lighthouse on July 22," said Lavigne of the booksigning planned from 1-5 pm "I'm looking forward to signing the books and including a quick sketch of kids' favorite characters."
    on Jul 12, 2007 By: Steve Lavigne Source: Portsmouth Herald News

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