The cowboys were dressed in bib overalls, which just about killed my father.
Use the large square for the skirt of the apron and the small square for the bib.
He has his own chair and bib, and his manners are said to be exquisite.
The bib must not extend too far into the lead pipe or it will obstruct the flow of water.
Of course all the other guests were in their best "bib and tucker."
Not that bib,—that mewling piece, With th' milk still in her mouth!
Shades of primer days, not to say days of the bib and rattle!
She, too, had on a dark dress, but it was nearly covered by a large holland apron with a bib.
An addition to the text, which is found in the MS. 6987 of the bib.
The necklaces covered the whole chest, like a bib or a breastplate.
linen worn over the breast while eating, 1570s, from verb bibben "to drink" (late 14c.), imitative of lip sounds, or else from Latin bibere (see imbibe), but difficult now to say whether this is because it was worn while drinking or because it "soaked up" spills.
Latin bibe (drink)