dub[ duhb ]SEE DEFINITION OF dub
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUB
People can talk all they want to about your bein' just a dub—I won't believe 'em.
It's the thing to be alive in athletics and a dub in everything else.
Going to a turf pit, he dipped both hands in the dub, and brought some water.
Really, Miss Knowles, you must think me a good deal of a dub.
I am nothing but a dub—and you—they say are rich—but some day I'm going to be something else.
You'll probably see me relegated to the scrub, sub or dub class.
Not that I feared death; no man who ever knew me could dub me coward.
Perhaps that explains why we dub persons who are passé "lemons."
There's a dub at every door, and before some doors there's twa.
There was ne'er a gude toun but there was a dub at the end o't.