American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Debs, Eugene Victor 1855-1926. American labor organizer and socialist leader who ran unsuccessfully for President five times between 1900 and 1920.
- n. United States labor organizer who ran for President as a socialist (1855-1926)
“Debs is Debs, Armand, and like with you we dont stop you or ban you from posting what you think, but for gawrsh sakes it doesnt mean sweep people under rugs of your design.”
“The principal produce of all these villages is grapes, which are carried to the Aleppo market, and there sold, in ordinary years, at about nine shillings per quintal; or else they are boiled to form the sweet glutinous extract called Debs, which is a substitute for sugar all over the East.”
“If you have a great wine and you bring it in under the $20 price point, well, Dr. Debs is the blogger for you.”
“The second one, Deborah, known as Debs, is still in residence.”
“The "Debs" of "The Dream of Debs" (International Socialist Review, January 9, 1909) is, of course Eugene Debs (1855-1926) of Terre Haute, Indiana, one of the founders (in 1901) of the Socialist Party of America and (in 1905) the Industrial Workers of the World.”
“Instead of Astor, why couldn't I have been born with a progressive-sounding last name such as Debs or Robeson?”
“The new Mrs Crapper, who has let it be known that she would prefer to be addressed as 'Debs', said the couple intended to live in Bath and have what they describe as 'lots of little Crappers'.”
“Debs" is a spoof of "Charlie ` s Angels" but with a Sapphic twist.”
“I can ignore Jordana’s brows by staring at her lesbo action scenes w/Sarah Foster in Debs. grrrrrrrrrrrrrr ... lesbians”
“The names he had flung out, of "Debs," "Debban," and "Debbrook" now flashed upon her as something she had seen before, but had not understood.”
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