Definition of Jibing

1. Verb. (present participle of jibe) ¹



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Definition of Jibing

1. jibe [v] - See also: jibe

Lexicographical Neighbors of Jibing

jibber-jabber
jibbered
jibbering
jibberish
jibbers
jibbing
jibbings
jibboom
jibbooms
jibbs
jibe
jibed
jiber
jibers
jibes
jibing (current term)
jibingly
jibs
jicama
jicamas
jicara
jicaras
jichimu
jickajog
jickajogs
jidaigeki
jidaigekis
jidder
jidders
jiff

Literary usage of Jibing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Practical Boat-sailing: A Concise and Simple Treatise on the Management of by Douglas Frazar (1907)
"jibing, or Wearing. — Dropping the Peak. — To beat to Windward in a Tide-Way. — To take in a Jib, and furl it. — To take in a Mainsail, and furl it. ..."

2. The American Veterinary Journal (1856)
"How TO MAKE A jibing HORSE DRAW.—An omnibus full of passengers was detained a long time this afternoon in Oxford street, by one of the horses turning ..."

3. The American Boys Handy Book by Daniel Carter Beard (1890)
"This suggests the question of 'jibing,' an operation always to be avoided ... Hauling in the sheet until the sail fills on the other side is 'jibing ;' but ..."

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