Origin of stub1
OTHER WORDS FROM stubstubber, noun
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Origin of stub2
How to use stub in a sentence
Hitherto neither Stubber, nor Hart, nor the other friend knew of his presence in London.
Mr. Hart was so far established and civilized as to keep a boy whom he called a clerk; but Captain Stubber seemed to keep nothing.
And in what way Captain Stubber had become a captain, George, though he had been a military man himself, had never learned.
Nothing but self-interest would tie up Captain Stubber's tongue.
On this occasion Captain Stubber was forthcoming after a delay of about a quarter of an hour.