His face is broad and red, his shiny fat cheeks almost as prominent as his stumpy nose, likewise red and shiny.
"Probably the presence of stumpy made her bashful," suggested Ned.
By nine o'clock Leopold was fast asleep, for he and stumpy had arranged to try the mackerel again the next morning.
As for stumpy, he was just the sort of a lad his name indicated.
The only thing Tom feared on any number of legs, from centipedes to men, was stumpy.
Why had his own fingers been made so stumpy and square-tipped?
The little woman's stumpy white fingers were very motherly, touching Grey's forehead.
Flapping his stumpy wings he cried incessantly, "I'll fly, by God, I'll fly!"
I willingly complied, though certainly so stumpy a needle as mine never took such gigantic strides over calico before.
"I wouldn't leave it here a day longer, if I were you, Le," said stumpy.