hubbly

hubbly

[huhb-lee]
adjective
of uneven surface; rough: hubbly ice; a hubbly road.

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; perhaps hub (in the sense of protuberance) + -ly; cognate with Dutch hobbelig rugged

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