Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of AB.
  • noun rugby All Blacks, the New Zealand national rugby team.

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Examples

  • Adult Babies: Also known as ABs or infantilists, these are people who get erotic and emotional pleasure from wearing diapers or acting like babies.

    Come Hither

  • Adult Babies: Also known as ABs or infantilists, these are people who get erotic and emotional pleasure from wearing diapers or acting like babies.

    Come Hither

  • Adult Babies: Also known as ABs or infantilists, these are people who get erotic and emotional pleasure from wearing diapers or acting like babies.

    Come Hither

  • After the ABs demolish the Frogs I'm going to bask in knowing that the ABs are the best sporting team in History.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • • The upper middle and middle classes ( "ABs") are most likely to pay to continue reading their favourite news site, but that's just six percent of them.

    Technology news, comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • • The upper middle and middle classes ( "ABs") are most likely to pay to continue reading their favourite news site, but that's just six percent of them.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • Expat, I'm pretty sure ABs post was being sarcastic.

    Al-Maliki to visit White House later this month

  • The ABs and Wallabies have now abandoned the idea of playing any more Bledisloe Cup games in Asia because, quelle surprise, even supposedly rugby-starved Asians don't give a toss when it's the 35th time the ABs and Wallabies are playing each other that year.

    Old superpowers can be rugby's emerging nations at World Cup | Shaun Edwards

  • All told, he has four streaks of at least 15 at-bats without a hit only Kinsler, Kinsler's teammate Nelson Cruz and the Angels' Torii Hunter have done that and six streaks of at least 10 hitless ABs.

    No Player's Been More Prone to Icy Streaks Than Bay

  • I had the dubious pleasure of watching in NZ with a fairly rabidly informed bunch of well nourished farmer types-of interest to me was the general belief that England would be a big threat in the autumn something NZ rugby news mag also said in its review of the ABs year and prosprcts for RWC. so it aint just Rees.

    Wales v England: five things we learned from Six Nations 2011 opener

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