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stalky

[staw-kee] /ˈstɔ ki/
adjective, stalkier, stalkiest.
1.
abounding in stalks.
2.
stalklike; long and slender.
Origin
1545-1555
1545-55; stalk1 + -y1
Related forms
stalkily, adverb
stalkiness, noun
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  • It was the typical tan coloring, with stalky legs and a muscular body.
British Dictionary definitions for stalky

stalky

/ˈstɔːkɪ/
adjective stalkier, stalkiest
1.
like a stalk; slender and tall
2.
having or abounding in stalks
Derived Forms
stalkily, adverb
stalkiness, noun
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