2. Verb. (past of crib) ¹
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Definition of Cribbed
1. crib [v] - See also: crib
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cribbed
Literary usage of Cribbed
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1. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1906)
"Excessive rains delayed planting, and the crop generally was late, but with the excellent weather conditions prevailing it was cribbed in good condition. ..."
2. Oddities of the Law by Franklin Fiske Heard (1881)
"Common Law jurisdiction," says, in glowing terms, an able writer on Equity, " is cribbed and confined in its operation in respect of fraud, ..."
3. The Preacher's Lantern (1873)
"... people than a real boon either way, that as many have been spoilt " for want of the book" as have been cramped and fettered, cabined, cribbed, confined, ..."