Examples of stubby in a Sentence
hands with thick stubby fingers
My dog has a short stubby tail.
Recent Examples of stubby from the Web
As Zoli visibly works his stubby tail off, nowhere else in the U.S. are as many airport passengers screened with detection dogs than as at Orlando International, where security times sometimes approach an hour.
Yet in 2018, with the most dangerous U.S. president in our history with his stubby fingers on the nuclear football, impeachment has suddenly become the political act that dare not speak its name.
But airlines don't seem to want stubby versions of bigger jets.
Chinese military watchers were quick to identify what appeared to be railgun characteristics such as a short, stubby barrel and large containers ideal for housing the massive power station required to power the futuristic weapon.
Test Results: Carry-On Luggage Thanks to the Renegade’s short and stubby body, Jeep was left with the decision of where to prioritize space.
Scalping makes blades too stubby to collect enough sunlight for healthy growth.
Conroy named his newfound friend Stubby, after the pup’s stubby tail.
From a stub to a tower The developers also first imagined their new building as having a short, stubby tower.
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First Known Use of stubby
STUBBY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stubby for English Language Learners
: short and thick
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