Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of orb.

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Examples

  • II. i.9 (22,4) [To dew her orbs upon the green] For _orbs_ Dr. Gray is inclined to substitute _herbs_.

    Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies

  • Dearer to me than those orbs is naught, O thou witching-eyed fairy! '

    Psalms of the Sisters

  • There was discussion of so-called 'orbs' - balls of light captured on many of today's digital cameras.

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • There was discussion of so-called 'orbs' - balls of light captured on many of today's digital cameras.

    Whitehaven News headlines

  • Morrison said, explaining that the photographs revealed several "orbs" - floating bubbles of light - in the hallway, attic and downstairs apartment.

    The Mining Journal

  • For what is the moon, that it haunts us, this impudent companion immigrated from the system’s less fortunate margins, the realm of dust collected in orbs?

    Half Moon, Small Cloud

  • For what is the moon, that it haunts us, this impudent companion immigrated from the system’s less fortunate margins, the realm of dust collected in orbs?

    Half Moon, Small Cloud

  • Reynolds, which owns the Grizzly and Kodiak snuff brands, also markets spit-free tobacco pouches called snus and oval-shaped lozenges called orbs.

    Cigarette Sales May Be Off, But Lorillard Still Rolls On

  • RANDI: Well, the orbs is a recent development, particularly with digital cameras.

    CNN Transcript May 31, 2004

  • The hue of the orbs was the most brilliant of black, and, far over them, hung jetty lashes of great length.

    Famous Modern Ghost Stories

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