Definition of Jibbings

1. the last milk drawn from a cow [n]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jibbings

jib booms
jibarito
jibaritos
jibaro
jibb
jibbah
jibbahs
jibbed
jibber
jibber-jabber
jibbered
jibbering
jibberish
jibbers
jibbing
jibbings (current term)
jibboom
jibbooms
jibbs
jibe
jibed
jiber
jibers
jibes
jibing
jibingly
jibs
jicama
jicamas
jicara

Literary usage of Jibbings

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1. Letters of Thomas Carlyle, 1826-1836 by Thomas Carlyle (1889)
"... (jibbings) for tea, though we are still in terrible want of a cheeseboard, and by the blessing of Heaven shall get one to-morrow afternoon. ..."

2. The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi by Carlo Gozzi, John Addington Symonds (1890)
"It was useless to plead timidity, or to shrink from the snortings and jibbings of some half-broken beast he wanted us to back. ..."

3. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"... village of Boo-boo- boo—a name which promised much—but we were only able to get to the first of the plantations, owing to the usual jibbings every half ..."

4. Scotch Banks and System of Issue: Including Translation of "Les Banques D by Robert Somers (1873)
"These were but the halts and jibbings of a steed yet unused to its traces; Both bankers and people had to be educated to the proper use of banknotes, ..."

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