English version

stubby

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstubbystub‧by /ˈstʌbi/ adjective  SHORT/NOT LONGshort and thick or fat stubby fingerssee thesaurus at short
Examples from the Corpus
stubbyThey formed a colorful mob, short and stubby.He was leaning back in his chair smoking a long, fat cigarette in a stubby black holder.Our cottage lay on stubby cliffs close by the sea.A whip hung from the centre of the stubby cross.She pictured his bare white chest, the fingers so thick and stubby for some one who made a living at dentistry.
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