Jibbing, or “balking” as the Americans term it, is a detestable vice.
In other respects she should act as recommended in “Jibbing.”
But his time of jibbing at her platitudes was long since passed.
The horses took fright, and went prancing about, rearing and jibbing.
The vices which most commonly brought horses into coaches were jibbing and kicking.
Restive, res′tiv, adj. unwilling to go forward: obstinate: jibbing back like a restive horse.
This is another variety of jibbing; but it is also caused by using a severe bit which a horse is afraid to face.
It showed her a quarter of a mile away, jibbing round and coming into the wind again.
You women need the lash more than we because you're more given to swerving and jibbing.
This she did most neatly but none the less completely by running her nose into the resistless structure of the jibbing seaplane.