And she will die in the odor of tubbed and scrubbed respectability.
With other linen we are tubbed, With other linen often tangled; In open court we then are scrubbed,And mangled.
The day I left home to be married, I "tubbed" all my little brothers and sisters and washed their fair hair.
When he limped out of his bedroom he had "tubbed" himself as thoroughly as an Englishman and felt as ravenous as a wolf.
His roaming eye, keen for every detail, had noticed a row of tubbed azaleas within the ground enclosure of the Denton.
I brought up by one of the tubbed box-trees and peered in at the Pillar House with a new wonder.
Not a leaf is out of place; they have evidently been groomed and tubbed and manicured from the hour of their birth.
The little garden was white and pink with roses and camellias, and the tubbed mandarins were heavy with fruit.
So they took him upstairs and tubbed him, and Lucy managed to hold him so firmly that he didn't once swim away and get lost.
He whistled as he crossed the floor to look out of the window, and as he tubbed he splashed the water about like a boy.