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rubbery

adjective rub·bery \ˈrə-b(ə-)rē\

: similar to rubber

of legs or knees : bending like rubber : weak, shaky, and unstable

Full Definition of RUBBERY

:  resembling rubber (as in elasticity, consistency, or texture) <rubbery legs> <rubbery cheese>

Examples of RUBBERY

  1. The hard-boiled eggs were tough and rubbery.
  2. Her legs were rubbery when she stepped off the roller coaster.

First Known Use of RUBBERY

1907
RUBBERY Defined for Kids

rubbery

adjective rub·bery \ˈrə-bə-rē\

Definition of RUBBERY for Kids

:  weak, shaky, and unstable <After getting off the roller coaster, my legs felt rubbery.>

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