Definition of Tubber
1. one that tubs [n -S] - See also: tubs
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Literary usage of Tubber
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. by Samuel Carter Hall (1841)
"... is the picturesque well of tubber Grieve, a holy well in high repute with the peasantry. It formed a striking and interesting subject for the pencil of ..."
2. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"A very symmetrical one occurs south of tubber. Many drumlins to the south of this are long and narrow like a porpoise. (Fig. 17). Most of them, I think, ..."
3. Papers and Notes on the Glacial Geology of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry Carvill Lewis, Henry William Crosskey (1894)
"A series of drumlins are seen at tubber and Crusheen, many good ones being observed at the latter place. A very symmetrical one occurs south of tubber. ..."
4. The Erne: Its Legends and Its Fly-fishing by Henry Newland (1851)
"... CHAPTER XL tubber TURNER. Mois Ruah — The Well — Crimping Salmon — Forest Scenery rare in Ireland — The Raths — Tradition concerning them — Jenkin ..."
5. Cassell's Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a Complete ...Great Britain (1900)
"... and may be ranked as one of the finest monuments of its class remaining in Ireland. tubber-, for places not found under this spelling, ..."