nubble

noun
nub·ble | \ˈnə-bəl \

Definition of nubble 

: a small knob or lump

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Other Words from nubble

nubbly \ˈnə-b(ə-)lē \ adjective

Examples of nubble in a Sentence

dropped a nubble of clay on the floor of the pottery

First Known Use of nubble

1818, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for nubble

diminutive of nub

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The first known use of nubble was in 1818

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