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blobby +‎ -ly


blobbily (comparative more blobbily, superlative most blobbily)

  1. In a blobby manner.
    • 1954, Philip Mason, The Men Who Ruled India: The Guardians, St. Martin's Press, page 194:
      Inside, it was darker than a plains bungalow, all the woodwork being stained and blobbily varnished; the rooms were much smaller.
    • 1984, Samuel R. Delany, Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand, Wesleyan University Press (2004), →ISBN, page 136:
      I sat on the floppy purple thing inflating blobbily behind me. "Just how far away are you?" It firmed beneath me.
    • 2011, Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Becoming Dickens: The Invention of a Novelist, Belknap Press (2011), →ISBN, page 267:
      (Actually the engraving depicts Dickens glancing sideways at some blobbily drawn spectators enjoying a Punch and Judy show outside his window—a scene that much more accurately reflects the kind of source from which he drew his early inspiration.)