Definition of Tubbier

1. Adjective. (comparative of tubby) ¹



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Definition of Tubbier

1. tubby [adj] - See also: tubby

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubbier

tubal infantilism
tubal ligation
tubal pregnancy
tubal prominence
tubal tonsil
tubalike
tubar
tubas
tubate
tubatorsion
tubba
tubbable
tubbed
tubber
tubbers
tubbier (current term)
tubbies
tubbiest
tubbiness
tubbinesses
tubbing
tubbings
tubbish
tubby
tube
tube-nosed bat
tube-nosed fruit bat
tube-shaped
tube-shaped structure

Literary usage of Tubbier

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1. A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies by John Burke (1838)
"... in Derbyshire, and their second son, JOHN KYRE, eeq. inheriting Hopton, assumed the surname of GELL. He m. Isabella, d tubbier and co-heir of William ..."

2. The Fight for Canada: A Sketch from the History of the Great Imperial War by William Charles Henry Wood (1906)
"... the weather gauge by beating to windward of the tubbier English-built vessels—a notable case of the ..."

3. My Musical Memories by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1892)
"There were the boys, Anthony and Jerome, who afterward made jointly those violins so much sought after ; but oddly enough reverted to the tubbier model, ..."

4. My Musical Memories by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1887)
"There were the boys, Anthony and Jerome, who afterward made jointly those violins so much sought after ; but oddly enough reverted to the tubbier model, ..."

5. My Musical Life by Hugh Reginald Haweis (1898)
"... who afterwards made jointly those violins so much sought TUB AMATI. after; but oddly enough reverted to the tubbier model, and over-grooved the sides of ..."

6. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1881)
"There were the boys, Anthony and Jerome, who afterwards made jointly those violins so much sought after ; but oddly enough reverted to the tubbier model, ..."

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