Pronunciation of Scrubby
/skɹˈʌbi/, /skɹˈʌbi/, /s_k_ɹ_ˈʌ_b_i/

Antonyms for scrubby:

smart, unwooded, spruce, superior.

Synonyms for scrubby:

Sense 1

disorderly, jumbled, awry, down-at-heel, forested, straggly, verdant, shabby, seedy, little, untidy, scruffy, tatty, topsy-turvy, dirty, higgledy-piggledy, rumpled, tree-lined, ratty, ramshackle.

Sense 2

coniferous, bedraggled, tattered, sleazy, tangled, disordered, Decaying, sorry, mangy, leafy, faded, reedy, dingy.

Sense 3

decrepit, woody, dilapidated, shoddy.

Sense 4

rundown, lush.

Sense 5


Sense 11

green, broken-down.

Other synonyms and related words:

dingy, ramshackle, tumbledown, forested, rundown, scraggy, shabby, green, dilapidated, timeworn, topsy-turvy, reedy, moth-eaten, broken-down, dirty, disordered, woody, ratty, mangy, weedy, sleazy, bedraggled, lush, grungy, skinny, underweight, seedy, shoddy, dog-eared, bombed-out, disorderly, sorry, dumpy, down-at-the-heels, threadbare, scruffy, miserable, coniferous, tatty, little, down-at-heel, neglected, Decaying, humble, faded, decrepit, tattered.

shabby (adjective)

decrepit, moth-eaten, scruffy, miserable, dilapidated, threadbare, down-at-heel, ratty, dog-eared, bedraggled, dingy, tatty, tattered, mangy, faded, shoddy, neglected, sleazy, seedy, broken-down, rundown, ramshackle, Decaying.

tatty (adjective)


lowly (adverb)


Sense 2 (noun)

coniferous, shoddy, tattered, woody, ratty, dilapidated, lush, mangy, broken-down, down-at-heel, decrepit, rundown, leafy, threadbare, sleazy, tatty, bedraggled, verdant, faded, dingy, scruffy, shabby, forested, green, Decaying.

scrubby (noun)

stunted, scrawny, inferior, wooded, scrabbly.

dirty (verb)


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