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Synonyms for knobby

having knobs


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Dr Linda Tsuji, from the Royal Ontario Museum in Canada, who helped uncover the African fossils, said: "Imagine a cow-sized, plant-eating reptile with a knobby skull and bony armour down its back.
Wheels (usually 21" front, 18" rear) have knobby tires, often clamped to the rim with a rim lock.
2 WORCESTER, Pearmains, Bramleys, Early Windsors, Knobby Russet and Cox's Orange Pippin are some of the 1,200 varieties of apple grown in Britain.
Imagine a cow-sized, plant-eating reptile with a knobby skull and bony armor down its back," lead author Linda Tsuji said.
When we opened up the ranch's new backup generator, we noticed it came with a really cool set of solid knobby tires.
Bygones beach-- knobby brain coral broken from a dying reef.
My heart Swings between the ways, from thanksgiving To thanksgiving, a thousand times a day, While its naked feet graze death's knobby head A thousand times a day.
Her company specializes in yarn balls as well as blankets, shawls, and handbags; our favorite is the Knobby Ball, made from recycled excess mohair fluff.
Knobby posts appear to have been artfully sculpted with hammer and chisel.
A fluorescein angiograph of the retina showed knobby hyperfluorescence of the retinal arterioles with minimal leakage, as well as some spots of leakage at the level of the retinal pigment epithelium.
95), a knobby little monster who'll swallow your earbuds, wind up your wires, and bring order to your life.
In a particularly elegant but macabre picture from 1999, a woman lies supine, cuddling a knobby torso-shaped African drum like a lover.
They bloom like delicately branching sea anemones, extending tendrils in all directions toward synapses, the knobby communication connections between neurons.