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Beblubber
Beblubber Be*blub"ber, v. t. To make swollen and disfigured or sullied by weeping; as, her eyes or cheeks were beblubbered.
Beslubber
Beslubber Be*slub"ber, v. t. To beslobber.
Blubber
Blubber Blub"ber, n. [See Blobber, Blob, Bleb.] 1. A bubble. At his mouth a blubber stood of foam. --Henryson. 2. The fat of whales and other large sea animals from which oil is obtained. It lies immediately under the skin and over the muscular flesh. 3. (Zo["o]l.) A large sea nettle or medusa.
Blubber
Blubber Blub"ber, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Blubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Blubbering.] To weep noisily, or so as to disfigure the face; to cry in a childish manner. She wept, she blubbered, and she tore her hair. --Swift.
Blubber
Blubber Blub"ber, v. t. 1. To swell or disfigure (the face) with weeping; to wet with tears. Dear Cloe, how blubbered is that pretty face! --Prior. 2. To give vent to (tears) or utter (broken words or cries); -- with forth or out.
Blubbered
Blubber Blub"ber, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Blubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Blubbering.] To weep noisily, or so as to disfigure the face; to cry in a childish manner. She wept, she blubbered, and she tore her hair. --Swift.
Blubbered
Blubbered Blub"bered, p. p. & a. Swollen; turgid; as, a blubbered lip. --Spenser.
Blubbering
Blubber Blub"ber, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Blubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Blubbering.] To weep noisily, or so as to disfigure the face; to cry in a childish manner. She wept, she blubbered, and she tore her hair. --Swift.
Blubbering
Blubbering Blub"ber*ing, n. The act of weeping noisily. He spake well save that his blubbering interrupted him. --Winthrop.
Blubbery
Blubbery Blub"ber*y, a. 1. Swollen; protuberant. 2. Like blubber; gelatinous and quivering; as, a blubbery mass.
Clubber
Clubber Club"ber, n. 1. One who clubs. 2. A member of a club. [R.] --Massinger.
Landlubber
Landlubber Land"lub`ber, n. [Prop. fr. land + lubber, or possibly corrupted fr. laudlouper.] (Naut.) One who passes his life on land; -- so called among seamen in contempt or ridicule.
Lubberly
Lubberly Lub"ber*ly, a. Like a lubber; clumsy. A great lubberly boy. --Shak.
Lubberly
Lubberly Lub"ber*ly, adv. Clumsily; awkwardly. --Dryden.
Sea-blubber
Sea-blubber Sea"-blub"ber, n. (Zo["o]l.) A jellyfish.
Slubber
Slubber Slub"ber, n. A slubbing machine.
Slubber
Slubber Slub"ber, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Slubbering.] [Cf. Dan. slubbreto swallow, to sup up, D. slobberen to lap, to slabber. Cf. Slabber.] 1. To do lazily, imperfectly, or coarsely. Slubber not business for my sake. --Shak. 2. To daub; to stain; to cover carelessly. There is no art that hath more . . . slubbered with aphorisming pedantry than the art of policy. --Milton.
Slubberdegullion
Slubberdegullion Slub"ber*de*gul`lion, n. [Slubber + Prov. E. gullion a wretch.] A mean, dirty wretch. [Low]
Slubbered
Slubber Slub"ber, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Slubbering.] [Cf. Dan. slubbreto swallow, to sup up, D. slobberen to lap, to slabber. Cf. Slabber.] 1. To do lazily, imperfectly, or coarsely. Slubber not business for my sake. --Shak. 2. To daub; to stain; to cover carelessly. There is no art that hath more . . . slubbered with aphorisming pedantry than the art of policy. --Milton.
Slubbering
Slubber Slub"ber, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Slubbered; p. pr. & vb. n. Slubbering.] [Cf. Dan. slubbreto swallow, to sup up, D. slobberen to lap, to slabber. Cf. Slabber.] 1. To do lazily, imperfectly, or coarsely. Slubber not business for my sake. --Shak. 2. To daub; to stain; to cover carelessly. There is no art that hath more . . . slubbered with aphorisming pedantry than the art of policy. --Milton.
Slubberingly
Slubberingly Slub"ber*ing*ly, adv. In a slovenly, or hurried and imperfect, manner. [Low] --Drayton.

Meaning of Lubber from wikipedia

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- Mindy Lubber is President of Ceres, a non-profit sustainability advocacy organization based in Boston, M****achusetts. Lubber became President of Ceres...
- Rudolphus Franciscus Marie "Ruud" Lubbers (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈryt ˈlʏbərs] (listen); 7 May 1939 – 14 February 2018) was a Dutch businessman, politician...
- Lubbers is a Dutch patronymic surname ("Lubbert's son"). People with this name include: Arend Lubbers (born 1931), American educator Bob Lubbers (1922–2017)...
- Brachystola magna, one of the gr****hoppers known as plains lubber or western lubber, is a large gr****hopper native to southern and central USA and Northern...
- Lubber Run Fill is a fill on the Lackawanna Cut-Off railroad line in northwest New Jersey. Located between mileposts 50.1 and 50.5 in Byram Township, it...
- Rudolfus Josefus Maria "Rudie" Lubbers (born 17 August 1945) is a retired Dutch boxer who competed at the 1964 and 1968 Summer Olympics. In 1964 he finished...
- Teresa S. Lubbers is the current Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. She served from 1992 to 2009 as a Republican member of the Indiana Senate...
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