rubber[ ruhb-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF rubber
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUBBER
I ventured to predict that success awaited him in the rubber business.
Therefore, proceed to place the rubber and cover on the jar.
"I'll put a rubber bit in his mouth, to soften it," he pumped brokenly.
He slipped from it a rubber band which held the documents together.
The propeller-shaft is bent into a hook over which rubber bands are placed.
This trial may be said to be the dramatic climax in the story of rubber.
When he died in 1860 he had taken out sixty patents on rubber manufactures.
But they yielded like rubber and he went slowly down to the floor.
Inside, between the leather and the rubber, was the missin' agreement.
Rubber Collar got one from me that made him remember home and mother, I'll bet.