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  • n. Plural form of dubb.


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  • Our own Jackson dubbs this “faux-astroturfing,” a display of knowingly buying into the marketing shtick to further a personal cause.

    Your Ad at the Superbowl or the Oscars?

  • She looked aside at the sea, and up at the banks, and down at the little dubbs of salt water as she skipped across them, crying out at sight of the sea-holly, the anemone, and the sea-mouse shining like fire, but still holding to Philip's arm and bounding and throbbing on it.

    The Manxman A Novel - 1895

  • I also met with great numbers of Grouse or prarie hens as they are called by the English traders of the N.W. these birds appeared to be mating; the note of the male is kuck, kuck, kuck, coo, coo, coo. the first part of the note both male and female use when flying. the male also dubbs something like the pheasant, but by no means as loud. after breakfast Capt.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • Indiscriminate familiarity either offends your superiors, or else dubbs you their dependent and led captain.

    Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman, 1749

  • Leo has a close call on a flight to Russia, plus Gwyneth dubbs herself a lush... | Top Stories

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  • I was placing barbwire around the cage trying to convince dubbs that barbless wouldn't hurt as much when pushed against the cage.


  • Jaye and JR were in this fighting cage duking it out with dubbs watching on.


  • Eric and personality and waynes world and sir john, were in line to duke it out next and they were begging dubbs to let them be free.


  • I think dubbs has been proven for what he truly is a Christian hater.



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