/ (ˈlabɛ) /

  1. the Czech name for the (River) Elbe

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How to use Labe in a sentence

  • Dobbs was unavailable for comment, his spokesman said, but Labe confirmed the anecdote.

  • Well, one evenin' Labe was comin' home pretty how-come-you-so, and he fell into Jonadab Wixon's well.

    Cap'n Eri | Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • I always told Labe, my husband, that if there was one thing I was jealous of him about 'twas travelin'.

    Cap'n Dan's Daughter | Joseph C. Lincoln
  • I don't expect you to be a Labe Keeler; there ain't many bookkeepers like him on this earth.

    The Portygee | Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • Queen Labe treated king Beder after this manner for forty days, as she had been accustomed to do all her lovers.

  • I know it's morally sartin that Labe'll be back aboard to-day or to-morrow because his sprees don't ever last more than five days.

    The Portygee | Joseph Crosby Lincoln