nubbly nubbly


  • (adj) of textiles; having a rough surface



  1. Shortly after the sun gets nubbly, the high white clouds show up.
  2. Born in New Hampshire, that cradle of millionaires, politicians and farmhands, John Shedd worked on his father's nubbly acres until he was 17, then got a job at $1.
  3. Its people are a nubbly mixture of English yeomen, Welsh shepherds and Irish peasants, congealed into Lancastrians by the Industrial Revolution.
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