Definition of Rubbies
1. rubby [n] - See also: rubby
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubbies
Literary usage of Rubbies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chap-books of the Eighteenth Century by John Ashton (1882)
"... yet nevi men catch fishes in it A sand runs in three days i¡ among which are found many rubbies. Trees grow, rising to mid day, bearing apples that are ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1829)
"But that branch was the Lord our 'rubbies. But the Messiah is still to come." ' II". This is another question, but I tell you that the'Messiah has already ..."
3. Up the Rhine by Thomas Hood (1840)
"... with crowns on, and their christian names ritten in rubbies, if so be it ant red glass. For they do say, wen the Munks run away from the ..."
4. The Literary Magazine, and American Register by Charles Brockden Brown (1806)
"Thus they can no longer consider divorce pronounced by their rubbies as valid, since to be so it must be previously pronounced by the civil tribunals of the ..."