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


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  • I frabbed you, and plagued you from the first, my lamb!


  • Oh! I can nearly say it all off by heart, for many a time when I am frabbed by bad debts, or

    Wives and Daughters

  • And father said he would work night and day, and little Tommy should carry mortar, if the parson would let him, sooner than that he should be fretted and frabbed as he was, with no one giving him a helping hand or a kind word. "

    My Lady Ludlow


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