Definition of Mabes
1. mabe [n] - See also: mabe
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mabes
mabes (current term)
mac 'n' cheese
Literary usage of Mabes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Idaho by John Hailey (1910)
"They sent this letter by the other white man, mabes, to be delivered to the ... Whether mabes delivered this letter, we do not know, nor do we know what ..."
2. Publications by Niagara Historical Society (1903)
"Agnis mabes daughter of Peter mabes and Elizabeth his wife was baptized the 9 day of nouember : 1617. Susanna Marsh daughter of Mr. Nicholas Marsh and ..."
3. Maximes of Reason: Or, The Reason of the Common Law of England by Edmund Wingate (1658)
"... of i R- 3. i. mabes a leafe fo> tbe term of tbe lift of tbe ... is but tenant bp (utterance ; fo> tbe leafe mabes no ..."
4. The History of Norfolk: From Original Records and Other Authorities by Robert Hindry Mason (1885)
"... Messe' of John Wath Nicholas of Wood^ate and John mabes unto a certaine Mere ... Londes of the said John mabes, and the said Mere extend unto certaine ..."
5. Transactions (1874)
"... of Melton William mabes [ in Ano D° 1601 by the Churche- ... Martin Horsley and William mabes as maye appeare by ther accomptes ..."
6. The General Stud-book, Containing Pedigrees of Race Horses, &c. &c. from the (1885)
"(foaled in 1880), by Adventurer, out of Elpha, to the Cape, in 1883 Wroughton, by Craig Millar, in 1882 mabes. Capri, by Oxford, or Sterling, to the Cape, ..."