affiction. (1.) A descendant of Judah, of whom it is recorded that "God granted him that which he requested" (1 Chr. 4:9, 10). (2.) A place inhabited by several families of the scribes (1 Chr. 2:55).
jabez followed the direction of the youth's trembling finger, and then, with a vigorous 'Well, I'm blest!'
There he learned a fact which sent him back to Mr. jabez Pash in London.
A most unusual line for jabez, and the whole matter very mysterious and not a little ominous.
Uncle jabez put the oars in the punt and began to untie the painter.
She read in his eyes the look that she had read in jabez', and knew what he was, and why he obeyed Barton.
Uncle jabez straightened up, holding the painter doubtfully.
When efforts to locate jabez Trask were made there was a surprise.
"It's a good thing to have that repertation," Uncle jabez said drily.
Already his employers had discovered the forgery of which they had been the victims, and jabez connected the two events.
Uncle jabez had been prophesying disaster ever since she had known him.