Definition of Flubbers

1. flubber [n] - See also: flubber



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flubbers

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

Literary usage of Flubbers

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1. Memoirs of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, from the Year 1581 Till Her Death by Thomas Birch (1754)
"... flubbers it up together, and delivers but half to " the reft, to the intent, that it may be thought, if he had been ..."

2. Unconventional by Thomas Sutton (1866)
"... and were soon hauling in flubbers and whiting by the hair of their heads, with now and then a small conger or dog-fish, by way of variety. ..."

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