Definition of stubbiness in US English:



  • See stubby

    • ‘The long-shank variation offsets the more traditional stubbiness of most pot shapes.’
    • ‘Ward, flying by his side, looked like a graceful raven in the wind had it not been for the stubbiness of his wings.’
    • ‘Leg length is in proportion to the rest of the body, avoiding both stubbiness or legginess.’
    • ‘Ella was used to Lena's stubbiness, the way she seemed to bump up unsuccessfully against adulthood.’
    • ‘The impression of stubbiness will quickly morph into an appreciation for this solid-feeling notebook.’