American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A vibraphone.
- n. a percussion instrument similar to a xylophone but having metal bars and rotating disks in the resonators that produce a vibrato sound
- Shortening and alteration of vibraphone. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Beautiful bodies, Hollywood shot callers, and great vibes from the world famous Mood was definitely a proper way to spend a Wednesday night.”
“Seriously though, I will be sending positive vibes from the U.K.”
“Photos are automatically arranged into photo albums called vibes, categorizing photos by either place, people or content.”
“As Hayes put it in a recent conversation with him, "All the vibes are the same, we're just getting older.”
“When a bird or other animal, in this case chipmunks, discovers food, the rest get some kind of vibes or signal and mysteriously show up.”
“This one has the best "vibes" for me of all the fantasy debuts here; I even got the recent Dragon Book anthology edited by J.”
“What kinds of "vibes" are you sending out into the universe, towards others, and in general?”
“The Jed Foundation, a national suicide-awareness group, in 2008 launched a Facebook "mood ring" application that lets students broadcast their emotional state and send comforting "vibes" to troubled friends.”
“May I use a dated word and say that the "vibes" of where we are now are significantly different.”
“I was disturbed by the "vibes" I was getting from many of the attendees.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘vibes’.
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