- n. Plural form of bubby.
“Despite her fabulous new "bubbies," it was her amazingly styled hair that seemed to draw the most attention.”
“Jessica Szohr (left) plays a fiery Brooklynite named Vanessa Abrams on TV's "Gossip Girl," and reality star Teresa Giudice (right) is the outspoken Real Housewife of New Jersey who loves money, "bubbies," and the occasional explosive outburst.”
“bubbies" surgery, Danielle infamous book that's at the center of her war with the Manzos.”
“From "bubbies" to babies and everything in between, season two of "The Real Housewives of”
“Second, I blame every Jewish Aunt and Grandmother who ever existed for starting the trend of calling their little ones “bubbies”.”
“If they were well-to-do, our bubbies stayed at the Fountainebleau or the Eden Roc; if they weren't, they found beachside motels or package deals.”
““How come every time you get the hose, you keep it aimed at my bubbies?””
““You can start by aiming that hose somewhere besides my bubbies!””
“Still, we always enjoy homemade chocolate-chip cookies sprinkled with sea salt, which is timeless, and there's no doubt our bubbies would have approved.”
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From the novel by William Lindsay Gresham
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