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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

I've got the dibs for yer ticket done up in this 'ere belt I'm a-goin' to put on you.
HARDING'S LUCKE. [EDITH] NESBIT
I have a few dibs,' replied Bourgeat joyfully, and he pulled out a greasy old leather purse.
THE ATHEIST'S MASSHONORE DE BALZAC
I spoke to the king about it, and Old Dibs he complained to Iosefo, but it only seemed to whoop it up and add to the procession.
I was sleeping very light, and I woke up all of a sudden and saw Old Dibs standing in the doorway!
"It'll never sustain the coin," said Old Dibs, jouncing up and down on it like a dancing hippopotamus.
"It weighs hundreds of pounds," said Old Dibs, very sly, and not wanting to name figgers.
But there was nobody to shoot, the room being stark empty, and the only thing of Old Dibs his clothes on a chair.
I was ashamed to tell him I hadn't even thought of the money, being struck all of a heap, and always powerful fond of Old Dibs.
"It's the dibs as we want, Mr. Sowerby; that's all," were the last words which he spoke as the member of Parliament left the room.
FRAMLEY PARSONAGEANTHONY TROLLOPE
However, I assume that you who read this are actually in need of the dibs.

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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION