- n. Plural form of yabby.
“New information indicates exotic freshwater lobsters, commonly known as yabbies, could threaten South Africa's environment, senior conservationist of the Free State Department of Agriculture and”
“The banks of the pool were slimy grey mud, and the freshwater crayfish called yabbies lived in the mud.”
“I've always gone by the "yabbies" rule and it has never failed me.”
“I also used to amuse myself riding in the Adelaide foothills, sometimes picking wild blackberries (which my mother made into beautiful jam) or catching occasional 'yabbies' (the local wild freshwater lobsters).”
“From their account it has a head and neck like an emu, with a long and flowing mane — feeding on crayfish (with which the river abounds) [yabbies] and occasionally on a stray blackfellow; that it inhabits the darkest and deepest parts of the river, and in some of the lakes and lagoons that longest retain water.”
“Portlands apparent lack of wonderful female "shirt yabbies" move it right to the bottom of places my bike and I will visit.”
“I admit I'm a "bike fanatic," and I also admit the "crossbar" does intimidate me somewhat, but only because it's pointed on the top and it looks like it could really hurt my "pants yabbies.”
“So if the brakeless riding causes cancer and the tight jeans are squiching their pant yabbies then the fixeraty will eventually become extinct...sounds good.”
“Well, that's how I felt when I saw this--the kid was Hincapie, the chain watcher was the special treat, and Paris-Roubaix was the kick in the "pants yabbies.”
“Got it wrong,, however I think the Roo would win the battle by hitting the Hawk in the yabbies.”
Looking for tweets for yabbies.