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grubber

/ ˈɡrʌbə /

noun

  1. a person who grubs
  2. another name for grub hoe
  3. rugby a kick of the ball along the ground
  4. cricket a delivery which keeps very low upon bouncing


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Example Sentences

They humbled themselves in dust and ashes to Miss Hood, and seldom made any reference to that patient money-grubber, their papa.

Jake Newby was a typical money-grubber, turning everything in the way of financial deals to his own favor.

Unless he could find a way to end the war and settle the grubber question he was marooned on Pyrrus for life.

At school Charles was considerable of a grubber: he worked hard because he felt that it was his duty.

He already knew Jeckie for a woman who was of a certain resemblance to himself—a grubber after money.

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