Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of tub.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Dismissing his servant the subaltern "tubbed" and dressed.

    Wilmshurst of the Frontier Force

  • When he limped out of his bedroom he had "tubbed" himself as thoroughly as an Englishman and felt as ravenous as a wolf.

    Bloom of Cactus

  • I broached this question one day to warder Smith, who informed me that the bathing appliances of the establishment were scanty, and that the prisoners were only "tubbed" once a fortnight.

    Prisoner for Blasphemy

  • I did the foamy butter thing on a granite slab heated up to over 500 degrees on our electric grill… the results were ok, sorta, but nothing close to the taste and texture of a “hot-tubbed” steak tossed onto a scorching hot big green egg…

    Sous Vide Supreme | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Or maybe its the combined scents of bagged cream and jelly fillings, tubbed frosting, tubed food paste, bottled flavor oils and extracts, molded sugar and royal icing decorations, and boxed candy samples at the register.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Or maybe its the combined scents of bagged cream and jelly fillings, tubbed frosting, tubed food paste, bottled flavor oils and extracts, molded sugar and royal icing decorations, and boxed candy samples at the register.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Tuesday night we met Lev and Gayle for dinner and stuffed ourselves silly with sushi, and came back to their place and hot tubbed until we were all mellow.

    Archive 2007-11-11

  • Tuesday night we met Lev and Gayle for dinner and stuffed ourselves silly with sushi, and came back to their place and hot tubbed until we were all mellow.

    Killing me softly with kind rejection

  • With the canteen accounts in her hand, Fleur stepped out between her tubbed bay-trees.

    Swan Song

  • Now, it was midsummer: the tubbed oleanders, everywhere set out, were masses of intolerable red sweetness.

    Two Tales of Old Strasbourg

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