Definition of Bibations

1. bibation [n] - See also: bibation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibations

biauriculate heart
biaxal
biaxate
biaxial
biaxial crystals
biaxial joint
biaxiality
biaxially
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bib-and-tucker
bibacious
bibacities
bibacity
bibasic
bibation
bibations (current term)
bibb
bibbed
bibber
bibberies
bibbers
bibbery
bibbing
bibble
bibble-babble
bibble-babbles
bibblebabble
bibblebabbled
bibblebabbles
bibblebabbling

Literary usage of Bibations

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1. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"Willelmus Sa— crista, for instance, what does he nightly, over in that Sacristy— of his ? Frequent bibations, " frequences ..."

2. The Yale Literary Magazine by Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Yale University (1860)
"never to repeat the experiment of green tea bibations and nocturnal mental application. Sophomore year we crammed the " hard places" and " run our chance" ..."

3. The Supposed Death-rates of Abstainers and Non-abstainers and Their Lack of by Edward Bunnell Phelps (1913)
"If the body of surviving non-abstaining policyholders were to increase their im- bibations as they grew older, might it not be confidently expected that the ..."

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