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Jebb

[jeb]
noun
  1. Sir Richard Clav·er·house [klav-er-hous] /ˈklæv ərˌhaʊs/, 1841–1905, Scottish scholar of classical Greek.
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Historical Examples of jebb

  • Jebb reasonably calls the accuracy of this statement in question, Op.

    The Grey Friars in Oxford

    Andrew G. Little

  • Jebb, with all his bluntness, was a mean lover of the atmosphere of the Court.

    A Book about Doctors

    John Cordy Jeaffreson

  • To all questions about diet Jebb would respond tetchily or carelessly.

    A Book about Doctors

    John Cordy Jeaffreson

  • Dr. Jebb was supposed to be chairman, but Higginbotham was irrepressible.

    The Preacher of Cedar Mountain

    Ernest Thompson Seton

  • Dr. Jebb was afraid to take any large part in these deliberations.

    The Preacher of Cedar Mountain

    Ernest Thompson Seton