noun, plural (especially collectively) chub, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) chubs.
Origin of chub
Examples from the Web for chub
Historical Examples of chub
In these we threw a fly for trout and caught a chub in Androscoggin.
Chub and Ben came trotting in as Springer took his place at the plate.Rival Pitchers of Oakdale
"I'm afraid we've both been stuffing ourselves, Chub," the girl replied.Policeman Bluejay
L. Frank Baum
A chub was taken in the Bain, in 1898, with the spoon-bait, weighing 4lb.Records of Woodhall Spa and Neighbourhood
J. Conway Walter
“And the great jack and chub and tench we used to fish out,” said Uncle Bob.Patience Wins
George Manville Fenn
noun plural chub or chubs
Word Origin for chub
type of river fish, mid-15c., chubbe, of unknown origin. In Europe, a kind of carp; in U.S., the black bass.