Definition of knobbly in English:

knobbly

Line breaks: knob|bly
Pronunciation: /ˈnɒbli
 
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adjective (knobblier, knobbliest)

Having lumps which give a misshapen appearance: knobbly knees knobbly potatoes
More example sentences
  • Like us, other guests had hauled their summer clothing out of the cellar, and they paraded around the restaurant, revealing their white legs and knobbly knees.
  • I donned the shorts to expose white knobbly knees, put on my peaked cap and shades and rounded off the ensemble with the rucksack.
  • Glass-topped dining tables may appear to take up less space, but can look ugly when guests are seated (with knobbly knees visible).

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