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knobble

Line breaks: knob¦ble
Pronunciation: /ˈnɒb(ə)l
 
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Definition of knobble in English:

noun

British
A small knob or lump on something: he could feel the knobbles in the bark
More example sentences
  • She was so thin that she had knobbles of bone sticking out.

Origin

late Middle English: diminutive of knob.

Words that rhyme with knobble

bobble, Chernobyl, cobble, gobble, hobble, nobble, squabble, wobble

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