So, pointing to them, he asked what was in the fire, and the blackfellow replied with one word "lubra."
Their families generally were on the opposite side of the river, but one man had his lubra and two children on our side of it.
Dawn was a Mordvinian girl; in Australia she was a lubra addicted to lubricity.
The woman is also a good representative of the Victorian lubra.
Mr. Browne assured him that he was quite certain I should not only cut off the lubra's head, but his too.
Women don't dislike being bullied, if it is done in the right way—haven't I seen it the world over, from lubra to dowager?