American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A husband.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of hubs or inequalities; hubbly: as, a hubby road.
- n. ; pl. hubbies (-iz). A vulgar contraction of husband.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. U.S. Full of hubs or protuberances.
- n. informal Husband.
- n. a married man; a woman's partner in marriage
- hub + -y (Wiktionary)
- Alteration of husband. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I admit my hubby is a bigger fan than I am, but this movie was indeed a gem.”
“But she forgets to mention that it wasn't George Bush who was in the key position to stop it - it was Bill Clinton. oooops Hillary better get the facts, your hubby is the reason these people lost their factory and you are trying to get their votes by lies .... stephen”
“So your hubby is a good cook .... appearance, colour, texture is perfect ..”
“Sunday, March 18, 2007 cinderelly said ... my hubby is a die-hard football fanatic ... but i won't let him subscribe to the football network. it would just be TOO much! at least the sports seasons always come to an end!”
“Makes life seem a whole lot easier when the hubby is away … ..”
“Yes -- we've noticed -- thank goodness my hubby is able to work from home as much as he can, otherwise I'd be taking a lot of unpaid leave!”
“See my hubby is away in Iraq trying to protect this great country that we live in, and I am at home with our two kids telling bill collectors please be patiant.”
“I call my hubby and tell him to meet me at the hospital, and call the babysitter to let her know why I am not there to get the kids yet.”
“Now it's going to bug me what the exact number of days it is, but it might be frowned upon if I call hubby at work just for that, I'll have to wait till he gets home to ask.”
“I used the decline bench and anchored my feet under the squat rack, but it was uncomfortable on my feet so I called hubby to assist by holding my feet.”
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