Definition of stubby in English:

stubby

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Pronunciation: /ˈstʌbi
 
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adjective (stubbier, stubbiest)

noun (plural stubbies)

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  • 1A squat bottle of beer normally holding 375 cl.
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    • Sunday's lazy morning was given a go-by as the guests gathered, many of them caressing the beer stubbies.
    • They were out of stubbies, so I substituted with beer on tap.
    • Although the sounds were soothing, I felt a bit crook having mixed too many stubbies with the spaghetti matriciana I had for tea.
  • 2 (Stubbies) • trademark A pair of men’s brief shorts.
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    • As someone happiest in a pair of Stubbies from the local menswear store, we don't understand the fashion palaver.
    • He dresses badly - stubbies, thongs - has a beer gut, missing teeth, missing hair.
    • When I came to Darwin, you had a slab over your shoulder, you wore black stubbies, thongs and blue t-shirt, or singlet.

Derivatives

stubbily

adverb
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  • For those who want, you can take the insert which contains the stubbily and studly Kaji and put him on the front cover instead.
  • Might I suggest you shave the night before, nice and smooth for the ladies, stubbily for the morning/day ahead.
  • I think it made it even redder and much more noticeable and when the hair started to grow back it was stubbily and felt spiky.

stubbiness

noun
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  • Ward, flying by his side, looked like a graceful raven in the wind had it not been for the stubbiness of his wings.
  • The impression of stubbiness will quickly morph into an appreciation for this solid-feeling notebook.
  • Ella was used to Lena's stubbiness, the way she seemed to bump up unsuccessfully against adulthood.

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