Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having a bib: bibbed overalls.

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bib.

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  • adj. having a bib

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This rather handsome bird is carrying genes for a crest, and it would seem for the 'bibbed' pattern.

    10,000 Birds

  • The 11-piece collection includes ribbed and cable-knit sweaters, a bibbed twill shirt and sheepskin mitts.

    The Gentleman Adventurer

  • On the February cover of Russian Vogue, a tousled blonde wears Ralph Lauren's bibbed denim version, neo-hippie accessorized with a gold woven bustier, a low-slung fringed belt and skin-baring provocative side curve.

    Overalls: Making A Comeback?

  • I am heartened that, by and large, the thousands of young designers I come into contact with are simply trying to make beautiful things to the best of their ability, rather than attain a lifestyle that allows them to be bibbed and hand-fed grapes.

    Gunn’s Golden Rules

  • A man of shining dark skin, in a white work shirt and blue bibbed overalls, his large brown eyes filled with .... the quiet peace of completion.

    Finally It Is Here

  • Maybe in certain rare circumstances, such as racing a Smart, I'll wear cycling shorts under regular shorts with bibs un-bibbed in case I need to do a Cavendish chamois victory salute.

    BSNYC Product Review: Outlier Summer Shorts

  • “We could show Christian Lacroix bibbed necklaces,” Cosima Fairchild added.

    Holly Would Dream

  • But the massive colony of yellow-bibbed king penguins is the sight we had been waiting for.

    Photo Journeys: Alison Wright: Antarctica

  • A slow and ponderous man, of the drayman order of human architecture, dressed in a corrugated suit and bibbed apron, apparently a composite of door-mat and rhinoceros-hide.

    No Thoroughfare

  • Gargantua had his name given him, and how he tippled, bibbed, and curried the can.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

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