Goolsbee is an fob from Chicago; Summers is a Clintonite who parachuted in after Obama won the nomination.
Jan continued to come and go as he pleased at fob Delhi, free to carry weapons and to consort with his “tea boys.”
On the valley floor outside the windows of the house are the remnants of fob Michigan, turned over to the Afghan Army in 2011.
The entire remaining Iraqi Army force remained holed up at fob Speicher, north of Tikrit.
His head drooped lower—he began to twiddle the fob on his watch chain.
I can swear I saw this fellow's companion snatch it from my fob.
Collins lived in a more reticent century, and attempted to fob off a disease on us as an accomplishment.
“But I tell you that it does, brother,” replied John, putting the watch into his fob.
Now place the fob on a piece of wire gauze on an iron tripod, and apply the flame of the blowpipe to the under side.
fob a long time Jack had faith that his mother would return.
1650s, "small pocket for valuables," probably related to Low German fobke "pocket," High German fuppe "pocket," "a dialectal word used in Livonia" [Klein]. Meaning "chain attached to a watch carried in the fob" is from 1885.
"to cheat," late 14c., from obsolete noun fobbe "cheat, trickster" (late 14c.), perhaps from Old French forbe "cheat" [OED]. Alternative etymology holds that the word is perhaps related to German foppen "to jeer at, make a fool of" (see fop); or from German fuppen, einfuppen "to pocket stealthily," which would connect it to fob (n.). To fob (someone) off is first recorded 1590s. Related: Fobbed; fobbing.