- n. archaic One of the Carib people.
“One has to listen at times to what old sailors call Caribbee!”
“In the end we did manage to acquire some "Salt Island" sea salt at $8.50 a jar from Sunny Caribbee, a local spice company.”
“When we lived on St. Lucia, in the Caribbee Sea, I was never allowed to touch his maps.”
“The terms of our law, which are not empty sounds, will hardly find words that answer them in the Spanish or Italian, no scanty languages; much less, I think, could any one translate them into the Caribbee or Westoe tongues: and the versura of the Romans, or corban of the Jews, have no words in other languages to answer them; the reason whereof is plain, from what has been said.”
“Caribbee islands, &c., amongst whom there was to be found no notion of a God, no religion?”
“Yarico, a pretty Caribbee, saves his life, and at length flies with him to”
“Caribbee islands was resolved upon by the British cabinet; and it is a remarkable instance of both the reputation of Sir John Jervis and the impartiality of the great minister, that a Whig member of parliament should have been chosen to command the naval part of the expedition.”
“The flesh of the wild-cattle was cured by the hunters after a fashion learnt from the Caribbee Indians.”
“And were I ever to come to London he would put me up at Brooks's Club, and warrant me a better time and more friends than ever had a Caribbee who came home on a visit.”
“Nabob and Caribbee came from East and West to spend their money in the capital.”
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Being the adventures of Bunyip Bluegum and his friends, Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff.
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