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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbobblebob‧ble1 /ˈbɒbəl $ ˈbɑː-/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDCC a small soft ball, usually made of wool, that is used especially for decorating clothes Her pullover had bobbles on the front.bobbly adjective
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bobbleShe's got this cute little duffle coat on and a bobble hat with her hair sticking out the bottom.And on his head a woollen ski hat with a bobble on top.Chunky long length bobble sweater, £269, in a variety of colours.The silk was slightly rough to the touch, the surface marked with little bobbles of thread.Marsalis scales the stratospheric extreme of the piccolo trumpet without a single bobble.You know the Dougie Rae thing, it's still bothering me, how exactly did he get the bobble hat concession?She sold one or two bobble hats, then moved one hundred and fifty miles away.Highly polished floorboards peeped around the white carpets, the curtains were ruffled and there were white shades with bobbles.