My mom had left a dead deer in there to stay cool in the tub until she had time to drag it in the kitchen and gut it.
On one summer lunch hour, Donna Ann Levonuk, 50, lifted a tub of diaper cream priced at $43.98—and then stashed it in her purse.
Receiving no reply, I left my legs half shaven and got out of the tub.
Until recently, with global demand soaring for oil, gas, and minerals, thumping the tub against imperialism played well at home.
A heavy trowel is used to retrieve a mass of your chosen kind of ice cream from its tub and put it in the cardboard container.
Then I was born, so small, a head as a tub, and long arms like a gorilla.
His Tale of a tub has little resemblance to his other pieces.
Mow chases in a spoon and tub, big clam, mow places in a boil a piece.
With the bird in his hand, he guided the tub back, and got safely to land.
Say, he c'd make a jack-rabbit look like a fly in a tub o' butter.
"open wooden vessel," late 14c., from Middle Low German, Middle Dutch, or Middle Flemish tubbe, of uncertain origin. Related to Old High German zubar "vessel with two handles, wine vessel," German Zuber. Considered to be unrelated to Latin tubus (see tube); one theory connects it to the root of two based on the number of handles. Also 17c. slang for "pulpit;" hence tub-thumper (1660s) "speaker or preacher who thumps the pulpit for emphasis."