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cabob

/ (kəˈbɒb) /
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noun

a variant of kebab

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Example sentences from the Web for cabob

  • Mr. Cabob, who probably knew that he must pay well for his smiles, never said anything about it.

    The Eustace Diamonds|Anthony Trollope
  • She managed better with old Mr. Cabob, who had certainly received many of Mrs. Carbuncle's smiles, and who was very rich.

    The Eustace Diamonds|Anthony Trollope
  • Duckling; cabob curry of chicken-liver with Bombay ducks—really, Mr. Beck, this dinner is worth a dukedom.

    The Golden Butterfly|Walter Besant
  • Cabob, ka-bob′, n. an Oriental dish of pieces of meat roasted with herbs: roast meat generally in India.

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