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Definition of Bobbly
1. like pilled cloth [adj BOBBLIER, BOBBLIEST]
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Literary usage of Bobbly
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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1903)
"The sea is all black and bobbly, because Pau Amma has just risen up out of Pusat Tasek. Pusat Tasek is underneath, so 1 haven't drawn it. ..."
2. Sea fishing by John Bickerdyke, Viscount Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe, William Senior (1895)
"Sometimes it is desirable to keep the bait quietly on the bottom, and this cannot be done in bobbly weather except with the rod, the point of which is ..."
3. Bessie on her travels by Joanna Hooe Mathews (1871)
"It seems to make my head so very bobbly." " The captain cannot help it, dear," said her father, looking half in pity, half in amusement, at the face which ..."