- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lube.
“Granted, when it comes to food that lubes the libido, a bowl of beans lacks the Valentine's Day panache chocolate has.”
“Recently a shop mechanic told me that they had received a tech bulletin from Giant that told them not to use petroleum based chain lubes on bikes with carbon fiber frames.”
“As for the rest of us, our parts are resistant to petroleum cleaners and lubes.”
“Perhaps a book or two will help you decide which way to go on patches, solvents (soap and water works), lubes, tools, starters, flasks, measures, and some tips.”
“Halliburton Hunk: Despite his many years of political service, bettering the lives of the wealthy and privileged (among whom I hope to be someday) it's probably his dedication to the oil giant Halliburton that really wets my whistle, lubes my locomotive, and frankly, pumps my jack.”
“At the Lion's Den, he fumbled with various lubes, calendars, decks of dirty playing cards, until a pretty pink haired girl behind the counter asked him if he needed help.”
“They've got lubes to make things glide, goo to make your naughty bits taste good, trampy lingerie, and plenty of things that go "bump" in the night.”
“Petroleum is also in shampoo, cleansers, moisturizers, lubes, and just about every personal care item you can name.”
“Soon they also hope to launch an aerosol-free degreaser, lubes and polish.”
“Together we would ensure that we had a full complement of spare parts, tires, lubes, degreaser and the appropriate bikes for the races we were working.”
Looking for tweets for lubes.