Definition of Shabbles

1. shabble [n] - See also: shabble



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shabbles

sh*tloads
sh*ts
shRNA
shRNAs
sha
sha'n't
shabaroon
shabbatot
shabbed
shabbier
shabbiest
shabbily
shabbiness
shabbinesses
shabble
shabbles (current term)
shabboses
shabby
shabby-genteel
shabeen
shabeens
shabono
shabonos
shabrack
shabracks
shabu
shabynite
shack
shack up
shacked

Literary usage of Shabbles

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1. The Martyrs, Heroes and Bards of the Scottish Covenant by George Gilfillan (1852)
"... true- tempered, shabbles by their sides. Sometimes they met in broad day-light for worship, but in numbers much less, and with spirits not nearly so ..."

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