Definition of lubber in English:
Late Middle English: perhaps via Old French lobeor 'swindler, parasite' from lober 'deceive'.
- Example sentences
- He should at all times correct lubberly and untidy habits of other members of the crew.
- ‘Make your conduct most lubberly and un-Navy-like!’ advises cunning Jack.
- Cunliffe writes the antithesis of the old landlocked history but it still has a lubberly feel, an unwillingness to get its feet wet.
Pronunciation: /ˈlʌbəli/adjective& adverb
Words that rhyme with lubberblubber, clubber, grubber, rubber, scrubber, snubber
Definition of lubber in:
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