blub

[ bluhb ]
/ blʌb /

noun

a swelling of fresh plasterwork.

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Origin of blub

First recorded in 1550–60; variant of blob
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British Dictionary definitions for blub

blub
/ (blʌb) /

verb blubs, blubbing or blubbed

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