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stubby

Austral slang a small bottle of beer
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The Golf and A3 are shaped differently -- the Golf being a stubbier and taller five-door hatchback and the A3 being a sleek and low sedan -- but the interior dimensions are nearly identical.
But off [the coast of] Japan for example, they're much shorter and stubbier.
Wheels and a long harness pole make this bronze representational--it is a covered wagon, though of a smaller, stubbier kind than the settlers' Conestoga--but were it stripped of those accessories and turned to stand on its only flat side (the doorway where the rider would sit, open in a wagon but here filled in), it would instantly recall a good number of classic Puryear abstractions: humped, rounded, floor-based objects such as Self, 1978, and Thicket, 1990, the former apparently solid, the latter explicitly hollow.
CCI/Speer has a Short Barrel line of ammo in several calibers, optimized for expansion and overall performance from the stubbier handguns.
the bill in the Thick-billed Green-pigeon (Treron curvirostra) is much shorter and stubbier than that in other members of the genus.
She further states that distant ancestral forms, the australopithecines, had shorter, boxier frames with stubbier legs.
Ronayne breeds are a little stubbier than show dog Yorkies, with shorter muzzles and legs.