bib´less

bib´less
bib «bihb», noun, verb, bibbed, bib|bing.
–noun.
1. a cloth or piece of plastic or paper worn under the chin to protect clothing while eating. Babies wear bibs for most meals while adults might wear bibs for such meals as lobster or corn on the cob.
2. a part of an apron or overalls above the waist.
3. anything suggesting a bib by its purpose, shape, or position.
–transitive verb, intransitive verb.
to drink; keep on drinking; tipple.
[Middle English bibben to drink, perhaps < Latin bibere]
bib´less, adjective.
bib´like´, adjective.
Bib.,
1. Bible.
2. Biblical.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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