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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How to use Jebb in a sentence

  • Sir Richard Jebb, as we saw, took a much more favourable view of the probability of early written texts.

    Homer and His Age | Andrew Lang
  • I rather like the loafing which young Jebb indulged in, but I fear it is a type of the life which some college men do not follow.

  • She was a little shy at coming in, and sent in Mrs. Jebb to ask George to come out and see it first and bring her in.

    Rustic Sounds | Francis Darwin
  • Jebb's Homer is the best introduction to the many difficulties presented by the poems.

    Authors of Greece | T. W. Lumb
  • It is therefore clear that Mr. Jebb is mistaken in thinking that it was "a blunder of Malone's."