Origin of sorb1
OTHER WORDS FROM sorbsorbic, adjective
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OTHER WORDS FROM sorbsorb·a·ble, adjectivesorb·a·bil·i·ty, noun
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Sorb, sorb, n. one of a Slavonic race in Saxony and the neighbouring parts of Prussia.
His fleshy breve was altered into an eyelike sorb; his magn had swelled and developed into a third arm, springing from the breast.
If you attempt to pass through Ifdawn without a sorb, you are simply committing suicide.
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.