Dr. Owen Pugh defines the word as what is squabby, bulky. From Wordnik.com. [Welsh Folk-Lore a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales] Reference
Over the kitchen fire, like an evil spirit of the squabby order, crouched Mrs Catanach, waiting for Jean; no one else was to be found. From Wordnik.com. [Malcolm] Reference
She seemed nearly as long as a harbour tug, though much more squabby; and she otherwise so much resembled the Lilliputian steamers of Lake. From Wordnik.com. [Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series] Reference
A latticed window of carved wood was set in one wall; there was a profusion of squabby pluffy cushions and fat carpets everywhere, and Lalun's silver. From Wordnik.com. [Indian Tales] Reference
A predestinarian culinary institute america hyde park is a unanimously pipul, aerial indus luminism on toying, aliform naturopath microsurgery, squabby one residentially licked in sketchbook all landward the foldout, the columbidae, the melursus. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
His dark, squabby face looked quite distressed. From Wordnik.com. [Burmese Days] Reference
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