blocky

adjective \ ˈblä-kē \
Updated on: 23 Nov 2017

Definition of blocky

blockier; blockiest
1 : resembling a block in form : chunky
2 : filled with or made up of blocks or patches

Examples of blocky in a Sentence

  1. a shoe with a thick, blocky heel

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First Known Use of blocky

circa 1816


BLOCKY Defined for English Language Learners

blocky

adjective

Definition of blocky for English Language Learners

  • : short and thick


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