Examples of stumpy in a Sentence
stumpy penguins become agile swimmers the moment they hit the water
Recent Examples of stumpy from the Web
Our hero this time is a, well, boxy fellow with two stumpy legs, two expressive eyes that look out from the center of his body, and the habit of bringing square blocks of stone from inside his cave so as to add them to a pile.
Over the years, the stumpy, smiley little pooches have appeared with Her Royal Highness in family photos, co-starred in sketches with Daniel Craig and posed with the Queen on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Dachshunds, with their long bodies, stumpy little legs and hilarious run-ins with human clothing—are adored by many.
Given that One Vanderbilt, now under construction, is heading for 1,400 feet, the next JPMorgan Chase tower seems positively stumpy.
This is one of the few cases where a new product being stumpier than the original is a good thing.
By 300 million years ago, fossils show, eight-legged creatures with spiderlike mouth parts, primitive silk glands, and stumpy abdomens had emerged.
In contrast to the cars that followed but like its predecessors, the 212 carried a stumpy and pugnacious mien.
Chanez needed two minutes to recover from an apparent low blow in the second round, though how Conlan could manage to go low on such a short, stumpy opponent was a mystery of physics and physiology.
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STUMPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stumpy for English Language Learners
: short and thick
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