ADJ-GRADED(The form knobby [[t]nɒ̱bi[/t]] is also used.)Something that is knobbly or knobby has lumps on it which stick out and make the surface uneven.
...potatoes that are very knobbly and difficult to peel.
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knobbly — [näb′lē] adj. knobblier, knobbliest having or covered with lumps or knobs; knotty * * * … Universalium
knobbly — [näb′lē] adj. knobblier, knobbliest having or covered with lumps or knobs; knotty … English World dictionary
knobbly — UK [ˈnɒblɪ] / US [ˈnɑblɪ] adjective Word forms knobbly : adjective knobbly comparative knobblier superlative knobbliest covered with small hard lumps … English dictionary
knobbly — adjective Date: 1859 having very small knobs < a knobbly walking stick > … New Collegiate Dictionary
knobbly — adj. Knobbly is used with these nouns: ↑knee … Collocations dictionary
knobbly — knob|bly [ˈnɔbli US ˈna:bli] adj also knob|by [ˈnɔbi US ˈna:bi] AmE with hard parts that stick out from under the surface of something ▪ knobbly knees … Dictionary of contemporary English
knobbly — also knob.by, AmE adjective with hard parts that stick out from under the surface of something: knobbly knees … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
knobbly — knobble ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a small lump on something. DERIVATIVES knobbly adjective (knobblier, knobbliest) . ORIGIN diminutive of KNOB(Cf. ↑knobby) … English terms dictionary
knobbly — adjective having knobs had knobbly knees • Syn: ↑knobby • Similar to: ↑unshapely • Derivationally related forms: ↑knobble, ↑knob (for: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
knobbly — adjective Having a covering of small knobs See Also: knobby … Wiktionary