Did you mayhaps mean gibbous?
- From the surname of its French inventor (Wiktionary)
“Ask little Tom Prig, who is there in all his glory, knows everybody, has a story about every one; and, as he trips home to his lodgings in Jermyn Street, with his gibus-hat and his little glazed pumps, thinks he is the fashionablest young fellow in town, and that he really has passed a night of exquisite enjoyment.”
“Upon my word, she almost blew my gibus away from under my arm sometimes.”
“His gibus slipped from his hand and rolled over the floor.”
“Ispenlove stood leaning against the piano, as though intensely fatigued; he crushed his gibus with an almost savage movement, and then bent his large, lustrous black eyes absently on the flat top of it.”
“The craziness of the gibus hats beats description.”
“-- Ask little Tom Prig, who is there in all his glory, knows everybody, has a story about every one; and, as he trips home to his lodgings in Jermyn Street, with his gibus-hat and his little glazed pumps, thinks he is the fashionablest young fellow in town, and that he really has passed a night of exquisite enjoyment.”
“1848 THACKERAY Bk. Snobs xviii, With his gibus-hat and his little glazed pumps. a1854 E. FORBES Lit.”
“Hifpidos agrcs vel fpicis ac fru - gibus maturis hlfpidos A hirfutot; vel poQus kyemis afpertate horridos ac deformes.”
“ΙΝΟΕΧ HISTORICVS Euryclidas & Micyon, rhetores, confiliis iuis regunt Arhenicn - lcs, & i turpiter blandiunrtir rc - gibus.”
“Sed longe antea idem lc - gibus bene multis cautum fuerat.”
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