knotty[ not-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF knotty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNOTTY
The Sun reported this answer to his council, who debated the question, which was knotty.
Its bark is more rough and knotty than that of the palm-tree.
If any of them (as sometimes they are) be knotty, I referre them to Chap.
He had always meant to settle for himself that knotty question.
Then when it did come, it was crooked and knotty, much of it such as a woman could not split.
"Yes, that's it," muttered the other, in the tone of a man who was tired of a knotty problem.
She stood at his shoulder while he pointed out the knotty passage.
And now, who is she, this beauty who has set thee so knotty a problem to solve?
The branches of this tree are greatly ramified and knotty, and the bark is white.
The decision of the residence of this Thomas would solve a knotty question.