Stubbled
Stubbled Stub"bled, a. 1. Covered with stubble. [1913 Webster]

A crow was strutting o'er the stubbled plain. --Gay. [1913 Webster]

2. Stubbed; as, stubbled legs. [Obs.] --Skelton. [1913 Webster]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • stubbled — adjective having a short growth of beard his stubbled chin • Syn: ↑bestubbled, ↑stubbly • Similar to: ↑unshaven, ↑unshaved …   Useful english dictionary

  • stubbled — adjective see stubble …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • stubbled — See stubble. * * * …   Universalium

  • stubbled — adjective Covered in stubble; stubbly …   Wiktionary

  • stubbled — Synonyms and related words: barbellate, bearded, bewhiskered, bristled, bristling, bristly, glochidiate, hairy, hirsute, hispid, setaceous, setose, setous, strigal, strigate, strigose, stubbly, studded, unshaven, whiskered …   Moby Thesaurus

  • stubble — stubbled, stubbly, adj. /stub euhl/, n. 1. Usually, stubbles. the stumps of grain and other stalks left in the ground when the crop is cut. 2. such stumps collectively. 3. any short, rough growth, as of beard. [1250 1300; ME stuble < OF estuble < …   Universalium

  • bestubbled — adjective having a short growth of beard (Freq. 1) his stubbled chin • Syn: ↑stubbled, ↑stubbly • Similar to: ↑unshaven, ↑unshaved …   Useful english dictionary

  • stubbly — adjective having a short growth of beard his stubbled chin • Syn: ↑bestubbled, ↑stubbled • Similar to: ↑unshaven, ↑unshaved …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stubbly — Stub bly, a. Covered with stubble; stubbled. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stubble — noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English stuble, from Anglo French estuble, from Latin stupula stalk, straw, alteration of stipula more at stipule Date: 14th century 1. the basal part of herbaceous plants and especially cereal… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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