Definition of Ribbier

1. ribby [adj] - See also: ribby



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ribbier

ribaudy
ribauld
ribaulds
ribavirin
ribavirins
ribband
ribbands
ribbed
ribbed toad
ribbed vault
ribbed vaults
ribbeite
ribber
ribbers
ribbie
ribbier (current term)
ribbies
ribbiest
ribbing
ribbings
ribbit
ribbited
ribbiting
ribbits
ribbitted
ribbitting
ribbok
ribboks
ribbon
ribbon-leaved water plantain

Literary usage of Ribbier

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

1. History of the Popes: Their Church and State by Leopold von Ranke, E. Fowler (1901)
"Nay, the Pope had not given up this idea even in the year 1547—Le cardinal de Bologne au roy Henry IL, ribbier, ii. 9 : " One—thè Pope—demands Milan, ..."

2. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1901)
"... Pope had not given up this idea even in the year 1547—Le cardinal de Bologne au roy Henry II., ribbier, ii. 9: "One—the Pope—demands Milan, ..."

3. Lettere di Fra Paolo Sarpi by Paolo Sarpi (1863)
"... che è P animo e lo spirito del primo ; in maniera che M. di ribbier debbe ringraziare chi li ha dato occasione di fortificare così bene la sua fabbrica. ..."

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