Definition of Cabobbed

1. cabob [v] - See also: cabob



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabobbed

cableless
cablelike
cabler
cablers
cables
cabless
cablet
cablets
cableway
cableways
cabling
cablings
cabman
cabmen
cabob
cabobbed (current term)
cabobbing
cabobs
caboc
caboceer
caboceers
caboched
cabochon
cabochons
caboclo
cabocs
cabombas
caboodle
caboodles
caboose

Literary usage of Cabobbed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. George Selwyn and His Contemporaries: With Memoirs and Notes by John Heneage Jesse (1882)
"... and take care of the roasted jack, and the mutton cabobbed. Such a dinner as we had to-day! it was well it was a christening ! ..."

2. George Selwyn and His Contemporaries: With Memoirs and Notes by John Heneage Jesse (1844)
"I have been already to take a sketch of the carte du pais, and find that jack and perch are always to be had, as well as mutton cabobbed. ..."

3. Further Memoirs of the Whig Party: 1807-1821, with Some Miscellaneous by Henry Richard Vassall Holland (1905)
"... for every English word except Mutton cabobbed, that he had taught his wife also many words, but that he reproved her for using them ungrammatically, as, ..."

4. The Forest and the Field by H. A. L. (Henry Astbury Leveson) (1874)
"curried trout, cabobbed ortolans, woodcocks on toast, bison's marrow-bones, and gray teal, all of which delicacies had been contributed by some of the ..."

5. Memoirs of George Selwyn and His Contemporaries by John Heneage Jesse (1902)
"I have been already to take a sketch of the carte du pats, and find that jack and perch are always to be had, as well as mutton cabobbed. ..."

6. The Hunting Grounds of the Old World by H. A. L. (Henry Astbury Leveson) (1865)
"mutton, were flanked by boars' chops, snipe-trail pie, jugged hare, and venison pasty, followed by curried trout, cabobbed ortolans, woodcocks on toast, ..."

7. Further Memoirs of the Whig Party, 1807-1821 by Henry Richard Vassall Holland (1905)
"George Selwyn used the same to me of his Master, Dr. George: he added that he knew the Greek for every English word except Mutton cabobbed, that he had ..."

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