chunkily

chunky

[chuhng-kee]
adjective, chunkier, chunkiest.
1.
thick or stout; stocky.
2.
in chunks.
3.
full of chunks; coarse: chunky peanut butter; The soup was so chunky it was almost a stew.

Origin:
1745–55, Americanism; chunk1 + -y1

chunkily, adverb
chunkiness, noun
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chunky (ˈtʃʌŋkɪ)
 
adj , chunkier, chunkiest
1.  thick and short
2.  consisting of or containing thick pieces: chunky dog food
3.  chiefly (Brit) (of clothes, esp knitwear) made of thick bulky material
 
'chunkily
 
adv
 
'chunkiness
 
n

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chunky
"thickset," 1751, from chunk. Originally U.S. colloquial.
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