Definition of Flubber

1. one that flubs [n -S] - See also: flubs



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flubber

flt.
flu
flu friend
flu shot
flu shots
flu vaccine
fluanisone
fluate
fluates
fluavil
fluavils
fluazolate
flub
flub up
flubbed
flubber (current term)
flubbers
flubbing
flubdub
flubdubs
flubendazole
flubs
flucan
flucans
flucarbazone
fluckite
flucloxacillin
flucrylate
fluctosphere

Literary usage of Flubber

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1. The History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia by William Stith (1865)
"... laboured jointly together, and were fed out of the common Store, happy was he, that could flip from his Labour, or flubber over his Work in any Manner. ..."

2. The Enquirer: Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature. In a Series by William Godwin (1797)
"... a more fafe voyce on you you muft therefore be content to flubber the * grofle of your new Fortunes, with this more ..."

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