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Tebow

[ tee-boh ]
/ ˈti boʊ /
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verb (used without object) Sometimes tebow .
to express religious faith, gratitude, reverence, or awe, usually in public, by dropping to one knee, head resting on one's fist: People now expect her to Tebow whenever she wins a race.At his first sight of the Grand Canyon, he shocked us all by tebowing right at the edge.
to assume this kneeling pose or some key elements of it as for a joke, in imitation of the prayerful pose, or in mockery of religious faith: I can't believe he actually taught his dog to tebow before every game!
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Origin of Tebow

2011; after Timothy Richard “Tim” Tebow , American football quarterback, known for praying after scoring

historical usage of Tebow

This is a fad word used during the 2011–2012 American football season. Whether it will last significantly beyond that remains to be seen.

OTHER WORDS FROM Tebow

Te·bow·er, nounTe·bow·ing, noun

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