Definition of Cribbers

1. Noun. (plural of cribber) ¹



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Definition of Cribbers

1. cribber [n] - See also: cribber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cribbers

crib board
crib death
crib deaths
crib lizard
crib lizards
crib mattress
crib mattresses
crib note
crib sheet
crib sheets
cribbage
cribbage board
cribbages
cribbed
cribber
cribbers (current term)
cribbing
cribbings
cribble
cribbled
cribbles
cribbling
cribella
cribellum
crible
criblike
cribra
cribrate
cribration
cribrations

Literary usage of Cribbers

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1. Discipline and the Derelict: Being a Series of Essays on Some of Those who by Thomas Arkle Clark (1921)
"The instructor in whose classes there are more cribbers than in any other I know is the one who alleges that he takes nobody's word, and who announces that ..."

2. The Exterior of the Horse by Armand Goubaux, Gustave Barrier, Simon J. J. Harger (1892)
"But, as all horses which have the incisors too short are not necessarily cribbers, and as, besides, in all cribbers they are not invariably shorter ..."

3. The American College by Higher Education Association (U.S.) (1910)
"I think there are very few instructors who enjoy flunking a student, and those who use undignified methods to detect cheating were perhaps the "cribbers" in ..."

4. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1903)
"The fact that an introduction of the " Honor System " develops a latent wealth of student trustworthiness and minimizes the number of " cribbers" who ..."

5. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1900)
"Who called us cribbers ? Can't your infant mind connect cause and effect yet ? Some day you'll find out that it don't pay to jest with Number Five. ..."

6. Stalky & Co. by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"Who called us cribbers? Can't your infant mind connect cause and effect yet ? Some day you'll find out that it don't pay ..."

7. Dramatic Values by Charles Edward Montague (1911)
"... as lazily or hurriedly as anything in Shakspere or Moliere, those arch-cribbers. As a mainspring for plays the blackmailing lady who keeps whole ..."

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