Definition of ribby in English:

ribby

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Pronunciation: /ˈrɪbi
 
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adjective

Having prominent ribs: ribby, bony-rumped cattle
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  • Getch is a squirt of a man, far stronger than his ribby physique would suggest.
  • In vertebrates, it looks like the ground state is to make ribby thoracic segments everywhere.

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