verb (used without object), fibbed, fib·bing.
Origin of fib
Examples from the Web for fibber
Historical Examples of fibber
I do not know if, as you say, they ride on broomsticks; but I'll tell you this: My father was no fibber.The Silver Lining
You are a classical scholar when you use hyperbole and a 'fibber' when you exaggerate.Hester's Counterpart
Jean K. Baird
You cant do anything now without making me out a fibber, retorted Eleanor.Polly in New York
Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Fib′ber, one who fibs; Fib′bery (rare), the habit of fibbing; Fib′ster, a fibber.
"It's here, you fibber," his daughter cried merrily, persisting in her search.Woman Triumphant
Vicente Blasco Ibaez
verb fibs, fibbing or fibbed
Word Origin for fib
1723, agent noun from fib (v.).
1680s, from fib (n.). Related: Fibbed; fibbing.
1610s, of uncertain origin, perhaps from fibble-fable "nonsense" (1580s), a reduplication of fable.