noun, plural hub·bies. Informal.
- hubble, edwin,
- hubble, edwin powell,
Origin of hubby
Examples from the Web for hubby
Michelle Obama: First Lady of Soul Not to be bested by her hubby, Michelle Obama went on Ellen in September 2008.
Sinead Gets Married for Fourth Time, Then Separates From Her Hubby, Then Gets Back Together With Him?
Not only would this make her a relatable regular gal, she could share charming stories about her hubby as a Little League dad.
Relentless, she straddles her hubby and force-feeds him Viagra, neither of which does the trick.
A man-size gun safe like the one where hubby Chris keeps his assault weapons will set you back $2,786, shipping included.
Well, I must cut my visit short, for hubby will be looking for me, and he grows so impatient when I am out of his sight a moment.
Well, these are for my hubby—tulips—I've embroidered them myself.Contemporary One-Act Plays|Sir James M. Barrie
Came to the States about '90, I think, and lost her hubby on a ranch in California.The Pillar of Light|Louis Tracy
Then when he got woozy one time she up an' told him that she had got a nice long letter from her hubby.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up|Clarence Edward Mulford
Over there with those boys; now read away, hubby, it will do my head good.A Romance of Toronto|Annie Gregg Savigny