bib

Part of speech: verb

To tipple.

Part of speech: noun

A cloth worn under the chin by children at meals.

Part of speech: verb

To sip.

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Usage examples "bib":

  1. And Lady Grace resumed a brown- holland apron and bib, and opening her hands with a laugh, showed their black insides, then took up her implements. - "Countess Kate", Charlotte M. Yonge.
  2. In fact, there was, in spite of the potato- shoot allusion, a good deal of resemblance in little Mrs Vidler to a plump charity child, especially as she wore an apron with a bib, a white muslin kerchief crossed over her bosom, and a pair of muslin sleeves up to her elbows. - "A Double Knot", George Manville Fenn.
  3. The real Joiner loves to sit up on an elevated Throne, wearing a Bib and holding a dinky Gavel, and administer a blistering Oath to the Wanderer who seeks the Privilege of helping to pay the Rent. - "More Fables", George Ade.