He was an old man with a rheumatic walk and a stubbly, unshaven chin stained with tobacco juice.
The palm of his hand rasped a stubbly chin as he looked askance at me.
The phrase seemed to tickle his fancy, for something like the beginning of a grin stirred on the stubbly surface about his mouth.
It seemed an age while I was crossing the short, stubbly grass of the Meadows.
His face was covered with a stubbly red beard, and its expression was crafty and brutal.
"That's right," agreed the older man, rubbing his stubbly beard with his hand.
"Come an' 'ave a look at Daisy," he heard the man with the stubbly chin say.
The man smiled as he ran a hand over his stubbly two-day-old beard.
He was hardly a man of attractive exterior, being of a yellow complexion, with a stubbly chin, and lank iron-grey locks.
Sprawled on the bed, fully clothed was a man with a stubbly beard.
c.1300, "stumps of grain stalks left in the ground after reaping," from Old French estuble "stubble" (French éteule), from Latin stupla, reduced form of stipula "stalk, straw;" related to stipes "trunk, stick." Applied from c.1600 to bristles on a man's unshaven face.