noun, plural hub·bies. Informal.
Origin of hubby
Related Words for hubbypartner, spouse, companion, consort, groom, bridegroom, helpmate, mate, monogamist, hubby
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Contemporary Examples of 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?9 Crazy Sinead O’Connor Moments
February 20, 2012
Not only would this make her a relatable regular gal, she could share charming stories about her hubby as a Little League dad.Christie’s Feisty First Lady
September 30, 2011
Relentless, she straddles her hubby and force-feeds him Viagra, neither of which does the trick.Growing Up In 'Tanner Hall'
September 9, 2011
A man-size gun safe like the one where hubby Chris keeps his assault weapons will set you back $2,786, shipping included.The Real Cost of Real Housewives
Pamela Redmond Satran/Nameberry
June 20, 2010
Historical Examples of hubby
(popping her head out) Oh, hubby, are you sure we're properly married?Oh! Susannah!
Came to the States about '90, I think, and lost her hubby on a ranch in California.The Pillar of Light
Well, these are for my hubby—tulips—I've embroidered them myself.Contemporary One-Act Plays
Sir James M. Barrie
Now she lives in four rooms and tends baby, while hubby escapes to the club.Rockhaven
Hubby's got a two-year contract with the World Advertising Company.North of Fifty-Three
Bertrand W. Sinclair