from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of bob.
- n. The motion of something that bobs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or operation of fishing with a bob.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I imagined some guy in the back of a white van bobbing is gun around in frustration cursing those damn mormons and their matrix-like bullet dodging abilities.
The two men browsing in Benjamin Santoyo's downtown Los Angeles produce store acted like many of his customers, not so much interested in fruit and vegetables as in the enormous pinatas of Winnie the Pooh, The Incredibles, and an orange fish named Nemo, all bobbing from a string tied to the ceiling.
And Johnny Mnemonic had that fucking awesome super-intelligent plastic dolphin bobbing up and down in a little fish tank.
On the way back, the sword bobbing comfortingly along my leg, I met te Kiore, buckling the polished sword-club at his side.
That's great news if you like the idea of bobbing to Gaga's mixes while waiting by the bakery case.
I read somewhere that CRT HDTVs were incapable of outputting a true 720p/1080i picture and used a technique called bobbing and weaving to produce a faux 1080i image.
I was talking to my friend and I wasn't paying attention to my lure, so I was kind of bobbing it up and down.
A track circuit in the area is "bobbing," he said.
They saw themselves as representative of the “Modern” or “New Woman,” who worked outside her home and followed current trends, such as bobbing her hair; at the same time, they tried to affirm Jewishness as compatible with Americanization.
Ok. Well at work one day I was kind of bobbing around to a song that was kind of catchy and then during the song the singer goes "its me, miley" or something and I was like "GAAAAAH".
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