- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blub.
“Pitsor said new bulbs now on the market include more advanced incandescent blubs that use 28% less energy than standard bulbs.”
“It's the ocassional books that we come across that we just don't care for (for whatever reasons) that makes me wonder what it is that makes us pick them up in the first place .. the great cover? the blubs? an amazon review? something makes us think we will like it and then it disappoints! but we love most of your books so I guess we can't complain lol”
“According to Home Power magazine, the compact fluorescent blubs provide a guaranteed, 120-percent return on your investment over the life of the bulb.”
“Is it not ironic that they needed to have so many light blubs to prove thier point.”
“On Monday, Lily Allen and Perez Hilton continued their ongoing feud by posting a series of insult-laced blubs on their respective Twitter pages.”
“Guest well them energy saving light blubs causes skin cancer if Luke Skywalker uses his new energy saving lightsaber he might get skin cancer”
“Ai tayke owt awl teh lite blubs den nowun can switch litez awn.”
“Here's a few blubs from some recent emails I've sent out.”
“The blubs pretty much reiterate the point I make in my jacket copy: the books are funny and scary.”
“Even if the books looked good (title, reviews, certain blubs), either they were too heavy, or too light, or odd-sized, or on weird slick paper with unnecessary graphics, or the font was too big, or too small.”
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