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blobby

a. Similar in shape to blobs; amorphous in appearance; partially irregular in appearance like bubbles.

Usage examples of "blobby".

Space, off Carnaby Street, that was done out like a spaceship, the doors to the sound booths were like airlocks and all the speakers were housed in swoopy blobby cabinets that looked like they were in the middle of a flashback, and there was this other very weird studio called ADR round the back of Kings Cross where there was a stream running half-way up the walls, all the seating was made out of the boots of cars, Minis converted into couches, and you got upstairs to the recording suites through a door opening out of a large tree in the corner of the reception.

The second was a small, fat, blobby, bulging boy who was chewing something.

Verdad and his family were blobby in shape and colored in brown-and-green earth tones.

It looked like melted candlewax, the color of bacon fat, except for the blobby red nose.

The big blobby thing practising golf swings with the Jabberwock is a Krell, and that rhino over there is Rataxis.

Chuck peered at the tiny image, which continued to shrink obstinately until all he could see was a roundish, blobby, over-exposed face with shadows for eyes and curves for nose and mouth.

Chuck peered at the tiny image, which continued to shrink obstinately until all he could see was a roundish, blobby, over-exposed dot with shadows for eyes and curves for nose and mouth.

The photographs, which were widely reproduced in saucer publications, were always rather dark, distorted, and blobby, and Menger apologized that he was such a poor photographer.

It looked like melted candlewax, the color of bacon fat, except for the blobby red nose.

He preached, he reproved, he set unreasonable penances, he stared chillingly out of his three huge orbs, he waggled a flexible finger or windmilled all four arms or sent his blobby green countenance through the most hideous contortions as he quacked about what transgressors we were.

They had been done by her youngest grandchildren in a dozen shades of mud, most of them of blobby stick figures with the word GRAN blobbily blobbed in underneath in muddy blobby letters.

An endless vista of odd hump-shaped caprocks dotted with juniper and mesquite, here and there the blobby green lobes of distant prickly pear, a yellow sparkling of tall waving coneflowers.

Other sections showed the characteristic star-shaped craters and blast patterns of directed-charge nuclear warheads, or the blobby melted look of plasma bursts, or the long sword-slash mark of heavy lasers.

The pillar and its weird, blobby shadows had sent the Unifiers looking for the underground chambers that had yielded their only real clues to the workings of the Home Ground.