Old Dibs smiled a sickly smile, like he was unbending to a pair of kids.
They'll never go for England, because England's got the dibs.
However, I assume that you who read this are actually in need of the dibs.
But, hang it all, Reggie boy, what's the good of true love if you haven't got the dibs?
You hand over the dibs in the morning, and we will tell you where the girl is in the afternoon.
Glad you're in time, sir, and to 'ear the dibs a-rattlin' in your pockets.
You're too mean and miserable to do anything but count your dibs.
I'm quite content, I'm sure, that you should have the—fingering o' the dibs.
Ravenhursts an awfully nice place: but(facing him) You know, one must look after the dibs.
"He might leave you some dibs, Geordie," suggested his mate, Jack Braby.