Definition of Cubbed

1. Verb. (past of cub) ¹



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Definition of Cubbed

1. cub [v] - See also: cub

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cubbed

cub scout
cub shark
cuba
cubage
cubage unit
cubages
cubane
cubanelle
cubanelles
cubanite
cubatic
cubation
cubature
cubature unit
cubatures
cubbed (current term)
cubbies
cubbing
cubbings
cubbish
cubbridge-head
cubbridge-heads
cubby
cubby hole
cubby holes
cubby house
cubby houses
cubbyhole
cubbyholes
cube

Literary usage of Cubbed

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1. Glossary of Northamptonshire Words and Phrases by Anne Elizabeth Baker (1854)
"Crowded with things, inconvenienced for want of room. " I'm quite cubbed up, and the children are ... cubbed in a cabin, on a mattress laid. ..."

2. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1872)
"Art thou of Bethlehem's noble college free Stark staring mad that thou wouldst tempt the sea cubbed in a cabin, on a mattress laid. ..."

3. Therapeutics: its principles and practice by Horatio C. Wood (1906)
"The dose of the powdered cubeb is from half to three drachms (2—11 Gm.); of the volatile oil (OLEUM cubbed, US), fifteen drops (i Cc), given in capsules and ..."

4. A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases by Job Lowsley, Barzillai Lowsley (1888)
"Father's reg'lur cubbed-up uv rheumatics, till 'e can't 'aowd 'isself up no waay.' Cub-up, v. to pucker, or hang badly. ' Did yü ever see anythin' so bad ..."

5. The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity by Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity (1860)
"The old red night-capped cobbler, who labours continually in a cubbed- up thed ai the corner of a street in our neighbourhood, has a beloved idol by his ..."

6. The Anatomy of Melancholy: What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptoms by Robert Burton (1847)
"... headlong into that Spanish inquisition, to fall from heaven to hell, to be cubbed up upon a sudden, how shall he be perplexed, what shall become of him? ..."

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