- Sir John Bag·ot [bag-uh t] /ˈbæg ət/, Glubb Pasha, 1897–1986, British army officer: commander of the Arab Legion in Jordan 1939–56.
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Examples from the Web for glubb
I wish you'd tell old Glubb to come and see me, if you please.'
How much better to have let the poor little fellow play in the sands upon the beach with his sister Florence and old Glubb.Doctor Jones' Picnic
S. E. Chapman
Paul was dreadfully frightened, but still he made a stand for the absent Glubb, though he did it trembling.Ten Boys from Dickens
Kate Dickinson Sweetser
Paul was dreadfully frightened; but still he made a stand for the absent Glubb, though he did it trembling.
Inclination to low company, as evinced in the case of a person named Glubb, originally seven, but since reduced.