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Finally, the stubby scout rocket was winging its way over New York.

The soles of the old pair were intact, but the stubby toes were protruding.

"Watch him, Stubby," said one of the young assemblyman's enemies.

Pieter Heemskerk stood by the ramp to the stubby G-boat and checked his watch.

The ungainly, stubby forms seemed to rise from every crevice in the floor.

"No, it won't," breaks in Old Hickory, shakin' a stubby forefinger at him.

And believe muh, I mean to work up some little party for Stubby.

A short, chunky party with a stubby nose and sort of a solid-lookin' chin, he is.

He was smoking a long churchwarden, I a stubby and blackened short one.

The porter looked at the man with his white, stubby beard critically.

WORD ORIGIN

"short and thick," 1570s, from stub + -y (2); of persons, from 1831.

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