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- n. A small knob.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as knob.
- To hammer feebly.
- n. A small knob or lump.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small knob
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The word is "knobble" Al. Learn to spell please, it’s pathetic.
Didn't help that he was surrounded by people who found it to their advantage to spot him a hundred yards in every race and move the finish line closer and bribe the judges and knobble the competition.
They are white planets in a galaxy, these wheels of cheese — before the fungi knobble the skin, cobble some resistance in the rind.
As she spoke, a knobble in her throat bobbed a little under the thin surface of her skin.
The wandmaker took the first of the wands and held it close to his faded eyes, rolling it between his knobble-knuckled fingers, flexing it slightly.
Cameron tried to play Euro card to knobble Clegg and is now going big in immigration (desperate).
One has the look of a refugee from the Haberdashery Department of John Lewis and the other (on the occasions he turns up) plays entirely to the gallery and repeats the views of whoever the last person to knobble him was ".