Definition of knobby in English:

knobby

adjective

  • See knob

    • ‘Gnarled and knobby root vegetables taste better than they look.’
    • ‘Apple trees produce fruit on very short knobby branches, called spurs.’
    • ‘The nodules are disc-shaped, knobby, pale greenish-yellow, and 2-12 cm in diameter.’
    • ‘Hybrid bikes are bikes that generally have 27-inch tires which are larger and not usually as knobby as your average mountain bike; this makes them quicker and quieter.’
    • ‘He takes stock, finds that his heart seems to be keeping steady rhythm again, and rises, bracing himself against the knobby trunk of the tree.’

Pronunciation

knobby

/ˈnɒbi/