Definition of Rubbet
1. rub [v] - See also: rub
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Literary usage of Rubbet
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1901)
"... india-rubbet goods, firearms, silks and other textiles, and small. wares in great variety, are produced on a large scale. Life, fire, and accident ..."
2. Experimental Engineering and Manual for Testing: For Engineers and for by Rolla Clinton Carpenter (1902)
"The rubbet bag is not shown in Fig. 165, and is not required, provided the treating-tube is completely filled with the reagent •on the side toward the ..."
3. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"... employed are made of either glass or soft rubbet. Keith's glass drains answer an excellent purpose is draining the lowest portion of the abdominal ..."
4. International Exhibition, 1876: Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"601 bM vail and grass-tree gum, rubber and rubbet stamp. бод 119 Clark, John, & Sons, Melbourne.— VV.at.lc bark. боа Agricultural Products. ..."
5. Adams' Illustrative Cases on the Law of Sales by Thomson Gale (Firm) (1893)
"It appeared that there was no exact standard by which the grade of rubbet could be fixed, but that it was a matter of judgment. The court also found that ..."
6. Transactions of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland (1881)
"As regarded the proposal to coil india-rubbet pipes round a drum, he did not think that it would answer; it had been already patented, and it was, ..."