Noun(1) material consisting of seed coverings and small pieces of stem or leaves that have been separated from the seeds(2) short stiff hairs growing on a man's face when he has not shaved for a few days
(1) I had to plow all the wheat stubble in order to establish my cover crops.(2) No wonder I need a shave, Graham mused, rubbing his beard stubble with his free hand.(3) Running her hands over the stubble of beard on his face, Laurie felt her eyes brimming.(4) Are many of these shoots two or three inches taller than your usual stubble height?(5) No-till planting into wheat stubble was the key to these excellent yields.(6) After harvesting the stubble would be set on fire which also killed new mallee shoots.(7) Mr. Rider suddenly stood by his side, rubbing his dark stubble .(8) He ran his hand over his head, feeling the slight stubble .(9) Small plants, shorter than the wheat stubble , can produce viable seeds.(10) He folded his arms and shook his head while he stroked the small stubble growing on his chin.(11) He scratched the stubble on his cheek, drinking in every centimeter of her.(12) He is of medium build and has dark brown hair and stubble .(13) He'd shaved away his stubble , but he looked tired and pale.(14) Moving up his cheek, she could feel some rough stubble of his unshaven face.(15) The trial was conducted in glyphosate resistant soybeans and in post winter wheat harvest stubble .(16) She giggled when their noses touched and the short stubble of his facial hair tickled her face.
3. shuck ::
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