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- n. A spirituous liquor or drink distilled from potatoes; – used in the Barbadoes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A spirituous liquor or drink distilled from potatoes; -- used in the Barbadoes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spirituous liquor distilled from potatoes in Barbados.
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Ye wouldn't belave it, mabby, but there's them that can tell ye Loot'nant
Though mabby he means I stole the _gobble_ of one of his turkeys.
"Fo 'de Lawd, I knows dat, an' I thank'ee, Mas'r, for sayin 'dem words by de grave whar mabby she done har'em; thank'ee."
"It'll kill them horses," he said, "but mabby that's nothin 'to please the girl."
I'd as soon sleep in a hearse, and I shall put in some brass bedsteads and hair mattresses, and mabby I shall furnish Gusty's room with willer work.
If your life sucks, change it! whats wrong mabby we can help killing your self is not the way to go it causes so much pain to the people who are still hear
* The prior refided here with all his train and dependents; and the church and other buildings, about it were extenfive and magnificent, but are all now in. complete ruins, except the prefent kirk, which is dark within, and mabby with -
She wur a tender thing, my little gal wur, and mabby ef she'd had a bit o 'somethin' better'n the salt fish -- Well, she be beyond meat and drink now, "he said, choking again.
We allowed as how mabby you took it 'long with you. "