Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of cub.
  • noun The activities of Cub Scouts.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In years to come, it won't just be strange little girls whose cubbing aspirations are doomed.

    Be prepared for an outrage | Victoria Coren

  • I learned to go crabbing, cubbing, shagging, and drank liquored Cheerwine with the Budster.

    highlander 6: the fairway wood

  • I learned to go crabbing, cubbing, shagging, and drank liquored Cheerwine with the Budster.

    always bet on purple

  • He was talking about cubbing in September; and a raw but handy hack.

    The Years

  • During the cubbing season there had arisen quarrels.

    Phineas Redux

  • Mr Spooner was a man who never missed a day from the beginning of cubbing to the end of the season, and who, when April came, could give you an account of the death of every fox killed.

    Phineas Redux

  • Clare was more angry than worried, and the effect of anger on her was to stimulate her energy, so that she went out ‘cubbing’ with her father; and in the afternoons would disappear with the car to neighbouring houses, where she would often stay till after dinner.

    Maid in Waiting

  • Bullen, who had been thinking how they would be readying the horses for the cubbing season at home, walked to the Rifleman.

    Sharpe's Escape

  • The she-bear is fierce after cubbing, and the bitch after pupping.

    The History of Animals

  • They strolled on toward Malcolm, nodding and smiling as they passed, locked deep in conversation about the best methods of cubbing the young foxes and adolescent fox hounds once cub season opened.

    Ripping Time

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