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- n. Plural form of cabob.
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Polly made these really wonderul cabobs I love that the word is actually spelled the way it sounds!
There we generally took a luncheon of beed caimac, a species of curd; or of mahalabé, a mixture of rice boiled to a jelly, and eaten with ice and cream; at other times we discussed a large dish of cabobs and a few glasses of lemonade.
He has a vague notion that nabobs come from India, and has heard perhaps of cabobs, but what the difference is, or whether they are not articles of Indian export usually packed in casks, he has not the most remote conception.
F.B., sir, has a station in the world; F.B. moves among moneyers and City nobs, and eats cabobs with wealthy nabobs.
Michelle and I are still eatting epic cabobs every day.
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a station in the world; F.B. moves among moneyers and City nobs, and eats cabobs with wealthy nabobs.