Definition of Dubbins
1. dubbin [n] - See also: dubbin
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Literary usage of Dubbins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Common Pleas and by Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, John Bayly Moore, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1831)
"dubbins. Rule absolute. I HIS was an action of assumpsit for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Serjeant Taddy moved for leave to change the venue from London to ..."
2. A Book about Books by Robert Blatchford (1903)
"dubbins was King of Bowker's Yard. All the other boys feared and envied dubbins, all the girls admired dubbins, and the word of dubbins was law. ..."
3. Cannibals & Convicts: Notes of Personal Experiences in the Western Pacific by Vagabond (1887)
"But from the missionaries and Captain dubbins I heard quite another account ... Captain dubbins told me how " Tamate " had often been the last to retreat to ..."