Origin of sorb1
Related formssorb·ic, adjective
Definition for sorb (2 of 3)
verb (used with object) Chemistry.
Related formssorb·a·ble, adjectivesorb·a·bil·i·ty, noun
Definition for sorb (3 of 3)
Origin of Sorb
Examples from the Web for sorb
Spadevil pressed his hand on her sorb and kept it there for a few minutes, while he closed his own eyes.
When he removed it, Maskull observed that the sorb was transformed into twin membranes like Spadevil's own.
Maskull lingered no longer, but permitted Spadevil to cover his sorb.
He possessed neither a sorb nor a third arm—so presumably he was not a native of Ifdawn.
On his forehead there were two flat membranes, like rudimentary eyes, but no sorb.