Definition of Libbed
1. lib [v] - See also: lib
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Literary usage of Libbed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Rural Economy in Yorkshire in 1641: Being the Farming and Account Books of by Henry Best (1857)
"Wee libbed our lambes this 6th of June, but it would have beene better if they had been libbed a moneth afore ; wee all- wayes libbe them in the waine soe ..."
2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"While missus libbed she libbed in clober, When she died, she died all ober ; How could she act de foolish part, An' marry a naan to broke her heart? ..."
3. The Conjure Woman by Charles Waddell Chesnutt (1899)
"De one dat did would 'a' wush' he had n', ef he could 'a' libbed long ... man had a son w'at libbed wid 'im, en it wuz dis yer son w'at got mix' up wid Dan, ..."
4. Songs and Stories from Tennessee by John Trotwood Moore (1902)
"Dar wuz er ole she wolf dat libbed down in de cane dat wuz jes' er little de bes' wolf enny body ebber seed. She jes' libbed on our sheep an' ..."
5. Ole Mars An' Ole Miss: By Edmund K. Goldsborough by Edmund K. Goldsborough (1900)
"You see I's al'ays libbed wid de qual'ty, an' ain' easy ter fool. Now, you s-ho'ly ain' got uh mag'zine?" "Indeed I have, dear Uncle Stephen. ..."