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stubbly

Line breaks: stub|bly
Pronunciation: /ˈstʌb(ə)li
 
, ˈstʌbli/

Definition of stubbly in English:

adjective (stubblier, stubbliest)

Covered with stubble: a stubbly chin
More example sentences
  • ‘It's a big deal,’ says Bushido, stroking his stubbly chin.
  • The 33-year-old, stationed in Harlem, ran his hand through his hair, his face blackened and stubbly.
  • The guy gets comfy, a look of anticipation on his stubbly face.
Synonyms
prickly, rough, coarse, scratchy, spiky

Words that rhyme with stubbly

bubbly, lubberly, rubbly

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