Definition of Tubbers
1. tubber [n] - See also: tubber
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubbers
Literary usage of Tubbers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1891)
"Untrue; but said as a concession to Diogenes and other tubbers. And so Pipette rode forward on her little grey Arab, which was dear to her as a daughter. ..."
2. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1869)
"I fell back, but my conductor reminded me of his presence by whispering in my ear, " tubbers, sir !" Reassured I took a second glance, and true enough each ..."
3. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1895)
"... there are those who soak and pile the skins; amongst fur.skin dressers there are tubbers and pelt.side men and the ..."
4. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1876)
"Surely ' tubbers' in icy-cold water must have blessed thee on many a winter's morning, for restoring to human ' goose-flesh' a healthy glow ! ..."
5. What of the City?: America's Greatest Issue--city Planning, what it is and by Walter Dwight Moody (1919)
"... it could be done by the original Order of tubbers. I never knew the place was so important be- ..."
6. What of the City?: America's Greatest Issue--city Planning, what it is and by Walter Dwight Moody (1919)
"... seasoned, sweetened, and prepared only as it could be done by the original Order of tubbers. I never knew the place was so important be- ..."