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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chib.

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Examples

  • In freeplay, all the holes in your technique come out – forgetting to step, not following through with a second or third attack … or being so intent on smiting the other fellow that you neglect to deal with their attack and get chibbed in the ribs.

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  • For this reason, I order that you be taken from this court, henceforth to a place of confinement, there to dwell in perpetual fear of being chibbed and humped by rabid schemies.

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  • For this reason, I order that you be taken from this court, henceforth to a place of confinement, there to dwell in perpetual fear of being chibbed and humped by rabid schemies.

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  • For this reason, I order that you be taken from this court, henceforth to a place of confinement, there to dwell in perpetual fear of being chibbed and humped by rabid schemies.

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  • "Oh aye? which team then" was he gonna get chibbed if he said "Heriots" only to find that the radge was actually a Stewarts Melville FP fan?

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  • I didna baw when ma da was chibbed fur nickin a pig, but am bawlin now

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  • "Oh aye? which team then" was he gonna get chibbed if he said "Heriots" only to find that the radge was actually a Stewarts Melville FP fan?

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  • i am not playing up to the Glaswegian stereotype but we get one of these a year then your chibbed

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