- n. Plural form of chub.
“The service said Cargill Meat Solutions of Wyalusing, Pa., shipped the beef in question in cases of 14-pound packages, called chubs, to distribution centers in Connecticut and Maryland for further distribution in smaller packages for consumers.”
“String/Cable/Cable Guard: In a nod to the time-tested "cat whiskers," some bows include similar string "chubs" as standard issue.”
“In the first half of Boston's loss to Detroit, Pistons fan Scott Zack began taunting Davis, calling the 289-pounder "chubs" and "fatboy.”
“Did you think you did something wrong? that's why I used "chubs" oh yeah, duh”
“Yeah, I was thinking the same thing, PJ … that's why I used "chubs" as a category. who keeps pasta in a jar nowadays anyway?”
“I have used creek chubs they are all over where the trout are.”
“I use them bouncing crawfish and chubs for smallmouth in medium to fast water, as well as drifting shrimp around for inshore fishing for specks, mackerel, and pompano.”
“I was thinking, I could just catch some chubs and spread the paste on them or I could cut them open and put it in them.”
“The best baits for me are shrimp, liver, hotdogs and chubs.”
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