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Definition of "stubbly" [stub•bly]

  • Having stubble. (adjective)

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Use "stubbly" in a sentence
  • "Young, intense, lean, charismatic and stubbly, the two are separated by the great cultural wall that keeps Barcelona and Real Madrid apart."
  • "With his great stubbly jaw Sigmund looks like Desperate Dan's mountain cousin, but there's nothing comic about Sigmund."
  • "Sitting amongst his goods in a folding chair, a middle-aged man with a head of thick salt and pepper hair and a stubbly beard waved for me to come over."