Definition of Subbie

1. a subcontractor [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subbie

subbands
subbasal
subbase
subbases
subbasin
subbasins
subbasis
subbeadle
subbed
subbed in
subbed out
subbie (current term)
subbies
subbilobate
subbing
subbing in
subbing out
subbings
subbituminous
subblock
subblocks
subbranch
subbranches
subbrand
subbrands
subbreed

Literary usage of Subbie

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1. The History of Ancient Art by Johann Joachim Winckelmann, Giles Henry Lodge (1873)
"The first hand, as the usual expression is, works upon it with long iron bars hammered square to a point, termed subbie, " chisels," by which pieces ..."

2. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"... which contains 2 to 3 weight percent H^O. subbie growth may begin at depths of 1 to 3 km below the Earth's surface, where gas pressure exceeds ..."

3. A Dictionary of Chemical Solubilities: Inorganic by Arthur Messinger Comey, Dorothy Anna Hahn (1921)
"... the liquid the cry?t¡ü- isation begins a little under the surf«*- When the solution has been cooled in vacuo. » subbie of air, hydrogen, carbonic acid, ..."

4. The Microscope and Histology: For the Use of Laboraory Students in the by Simon Henry Gage (1891)
"... using the _ ,, , , o same preparation as in (§ 87). The oil and air on <o) and an. Air-subbie will appear like globes of silver on a dark <A) s"n ..."

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