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Definition of blub in English:

verb (blubs, blubbing, blubbed)

[no object] informal
Cry noisily and uncontrollably; sob: their mummies blub when they kiss them goodbye she had the urge to blub her eyes out

Origin

early 19th century: abbreviation of blubber2.

Words that rhyme with blub

bub, chub, Chubb, club, cub, drub, dub, flub, grub, hub, nub, pub, rub, scrub, shrub, slub, snub, stub, sub, tub

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