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bib

a light-brown European marine gadoid food fish, Gadus (or Trisopterus) luscus, with a barbel on its lower jaw

bibcock, bib, bibb, bib tap

bibcock
A faucet or stopcock which has its nozzle bent downward.

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I 'll have an apron, with a bib to it, like Polly's, and a feather duster, and sweep the stairs, maybe, with my head tied up, like Katy.
First, with her left hand she jammed the loaf hard and fast against her bib - where it sometimes got a pin into it, and sometimes a needle, which we afterwards got into our mouths.
To tipple, booze, swill, soak, guzzle, lush, bib, or swig.
Franklin sent to London for the materials; mixed them up, with accompaniment of a smell which made the very dogs sneeze when they came into the room; put an apron and a bib over Miss Rachel's gown, and set her to work decorating her own little sitting-room--called, for want of English to name it in, her "boudoir.
She girded herself with a white apron, and busily with knots and pins contrived a bib to it, coming close and tight under her chin, as if it had caught her round the neck to kiss her.
Dick leant over the table, and descried a small slipshod girl in a dirty coarse apron and bib, which left nothing of her visible but her face and feet.
Cyclone has bibs with the word Polite rather than Police on them.
Printed with a pretty pattern on the one side and a plain colour on the other, these teether bibs match any outfit or add that finishing touch to a plain white ensemble.
The Bib Guard will be easy to implement and attach.
Those outed for running with false bibs say they didn't mean any offense.
The Bumkins brand is introducing 15 Disney Baby prints to its popular line of waterproof bibs and bags.
1) Featuring a star print sleepsuit, stripe bodysuit and appliqued bib, this bundle is ideal for dressing little ones this Christmas.