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blocky Syllabification: block·y
Pronunciation: /ˈbläkē/

Definition of blocky in English:


Of the nature of or resembling a block or blocks: blocky granite
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  • When I first saw them, I remembered that on our first date she had worn blocky black sneakers which I couldn't help but find sexy.
  • The tight wire mesh seems out of synch with the blocky wood décor typical of state parks, and I am puzzled by its impenetrability.
  • From behind blocky horn-rimmed glasses he blinked out at the world like a perpetually startled and slightly confused owl.

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