Jubal, of course, longed to regain his former position, but he scorned to do it at his wife's expense.
I like to know that you have felt in common with me while you read "Jubal."
The world had to wait a weary time for its wheels, simply because the successors of Tubal and Jubal took something for granted.
He was playing some sort of a demon, but he was also Mr. Jubal.
And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of them that play upon the harp and the organs.
There was a little ballet-dancer who could bewitch men, and she bewitched Jubal.
And the name Jubal has the same origin and signification; for it means produced, or introduced.
If Jubal Early should come this way, I don't know how many more.
Jubal in short originates what we now compendiously describe as the Fine Arts.
I don't know who Jubal was, at least I've only a vague idea.
jubilee, music, Lamech's second son by Adah, of the line of Cain. He was the inventor of "the harp" (Heb. kinnor, properly "lyre") and "the organ" (Heb. 'ugab, properly "mouth-organ" or Pan's pipe), Gen. 4:21.