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Definition of "stalky" [stalk•y]

  • Long and thin, like a stalk of a plant. (adjective)
  • Of a plant, having stalks (adjective)

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Use "stalky" in a sentence
  • "It chanced that there was but one of them on duty in the wood that morning -- a certain short, stalky little fellow whose name was Walter Skinner, and who was fond of speaking of himself as a king's man."
  • "At the second transplanting, Hiram snipped back the tops, and the roots as well, so that each plant would grow sturdily and not be too "stalky"."
  • "Never put anything on Facebook that you would not want your boss, your creepy stalky ex-lover, or your young students/clients to find out."
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