Etymology
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stubby (adj.)

"short and thick," 1570s, from stub (n.) + -y (2); of persons, from 1831.

updated on December 11, 2013

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Definitions of stubby from WordNet

stubby (adj.)
short and blunt;
stubby fingers
a stubby pencil
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