Did you possibly mean jobs?
- n. Plural form of jib.
“Sails can be divided into four main categories: mains (and mizzens), foresails (what we have been calling jibs), staysails, and spinnakers.”
“The jibs are a small price to pay for priceless exposure.”
“If another war is starting I'll hang out with the "jibs”
“jibs" might be seen perambulating the courts, in the vain effort to discover their tutors 'chambers, the names having undergone an alteration that left all trace of their original proprietors unattainable: Doctor”
“We have all our jibs there and we owe them sooooooooo much money any way.”
“Using that same logic, one could easily argue that corporate management structure jibs badly with the American ethos.”
“The White house and Democrats express a view that jibs with those mainstream recommendations, and conservative political leaders are on the opposite end disagreeing with objective reality and just flat out making stuff up.”
“Their movements perceptibly quickened under his coaching, and as the boat swung inboard I was sent forward to let go the jibs.”
“They put storm gaskets on the furled topsails, lowered and stowed the foresail and spanker and took in the two inner jibs.”
“The three men stepped outside in time to see the two schooners go hastily about and head off shore, dropping mainsails and flying jibs on the run in the teeth of the squall that heeled them far over on the whitened water.”
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