She left the yards peaceably enough, but jibbed at the river ford.
They jibbed, ran away, sneaked off with their loads in the night—quite a mutiny.
The led horses, after their first fright, jibbed at the reins and struggled to get free.
Any other fellow with a spark of spirit in him would have jibbed.
Curious how he jibbed away from sight of his wife and child!
It was he who suggested the lamp-post—a threat at which we jibbed somewhat visibly.
Perhaps, if it had been worded "my lawful son," Themis would have jibbed.
You don't mean to say he jibbed about getting his money back?
Miss Ruth, if you had a horse now that jibbed, would you lick him?
Dahlia, it seemed, jibbed sometimes, she must—Bluebell was paying no attention.