Definition of Kebbed

1. keb [v] - See also: keb



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kebbed

keasar
keasars
keat
keavie
keavies
kebab
kebabbed
kebabbing
kebabs
kebap
kebaps
kebar
kebars
kebaya
kebayas
kebbed (current term)
kebbie
kebbies
kebbing
kebbock
kebbocks
kebbuck
kebbucks
kebele
kebeles
keblah
keblahs
kebob
kebobbed
kebobbing

Literary usage of Kebbed

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

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1824)
"A kebbed ewe is one whose lamb dies. As soon as such is found, ... XV. the hill, whenever he round a kebbed ewe, he immediately gave her in charge to his ..."

2. Tales and Sketches by James Hogg (1837)
"in the lambing season, it was his uniform practice to semi her home with the kebbed ewes just as he got them.—I must let the town reader understand this. ..."

3. Anecdotes of Dogs by Edward Jesse (1858)
"A kebbed ewe is one whose lamb dies. As soon as such is found, she is immediately brought home by the shepherd, and another lamb put to her; and Scott, ..."

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