- n. A member of the Cub Scouts.
- n. baseball A player on the team the "Chicago Cubs".
- From Cubs (Wiktionary)
“The Salem Country Cub is a singular of a integrate of places where planked shad can be achieved in season.”
“However, I've never been involved in Cub Scouts, so I know that wasn't me.”
“I was prouder still when I earned my Parvuli Dei medal in Cub Scouts.”
“I had one of those almost 40 years ago when I was in Cub Scouts ... and it leaked like a sieve!”
“Rockwell St. was also important for me because it was while living there I became good friends with Ira Zarov, who lived across the street and whose mother was my Den Mother in Cub Scouts.”
“Alaskans know knives, and they also know how to skin game, so it's no surprise that the Alaskan Super Cub is a perfectly designed folding caping knife.”
“If you're checking a library though, see if they have Lone Wolf and Cub, which is a must read but kind of long.”
“Warrenton Turnpike and proceeded toward a wretched little stream called Cub Run, I witnessed a scene that beggars description.”
“The Cubs answered in their half of the first with an RBI groundout by New York Yankees, but interim general manager Randy Bush did not work out a deal, meaning Pena's future as a Cub will be a decision for the new general manager after the season.”
“Kittson calls Cub River the "American Branche" because the Americans had wintered on it the previous winter.”
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