Definition of Syboe

1. Noun. (Scotland) A spring onion or green onion. ¹



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Definition of Syboe

1. cibol [n -S] - See also: cibol

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syboe

swyves
swyving
sybarite
sybarites
sybaritic
sybaritical
sybaritically
sybaritism
sybaritisms
sybbe
sybbes
sybil
sybilline
sybils
sybo
syboe (current term)
syboes
sybotic
sybotism
sybotisms
sybow
sybows
sycamine
sycamines
sycamore
sycamore fig
sycamore maple
sycamores
syce
sycee

Literary usage of Syboe

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"... for the silver watch that I won at a raffle in Selkirk, seven year syne, has disappeared from my pouch as clean as you could knock the head off a syboe. ..."

2. Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1874)
"... as you would strike off the head of a syboe!"* And indeed it proved so.' The king, now hourly expecting the arrival of his Danish bride, ..."

3. Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1858)
"... head of a syboe ! "' And indeed it proved so.' The king, now hourly expecting the arrival of his Danish bride, ALU. is found writing pressing letters to ..."

4. Traditionary Stories of Old Families, and Legendary Illustrations of Family by Andrew Picken (1833)
"... like the top of a syboe." These were the sort of discouragements that Forbes got at every hand, when preparing night and day for his approaching trial. ..."

5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"... for the silver watch that I won at a raffle in Selkirk, seven year syne, has disappeared from my pouch as clean as you could knock the head off a syboe. ..."

6. Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1874)
"... as you would strike off the head of a syboe!"* And indeed it proved so.' The king, now hourly expecting the arrival of his Danish bride, ..."

7. Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1858)
"... head of a syboe ! "' And indeed it proved so.' The king, now hourly expecting the arrival of his Danish bride, ALU. is found writing pressing letters to ..."

8. Traditionary Stories of Old Families, and Legendary Illustrations of Family by Andrew Picken (1833)
"... like the top of a syboe." These were the sort of discouragements that Forbes got at every hand, when preparing night and day for his approaching trial. ..."

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