Bub in a sentence

The word "bub" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of bub and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Bub

  • Strong malt liquor.
  • A young brother; a little boy; -- a familiar term of address of a small boy.

How to use bub in a sentence. Bub pronunciation.

Don't you fret, Bub, the cap'n'll be here for you some time to-night.
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And to hail him as "Bub" was, although Jim Young did not know it, the one way least likely to bring him back.
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You are most heartily welcome; never spare it, I pray you; fear not we should ever want good bub and belly-timber; for, look here, though the sky were of brass, and the earth of iron, we should not want wherewithal to stuff the gut, though they were to continue so seven or eight years longer than the famine in Egypt.
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Keep her going like she is, bub.
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Vill nobody dake ze Bub'? ENGLISHWOMAN.
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Einer Frau wurde es schlecht; ein Bub stieß des Vaters volles Bierglas um, das zum Fenster herein gereicht worden war; klebrig und übelriechend wurde der Boden.
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Bist kein Russe, nein, sondern ein ehrlicher, deutscher Bub!
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Da stampfte der Bub zornig auf den Boden.
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Bub Dick's goal did not look very promising, as he drew near.
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Examples of Bub

Example #1
If he said he'll come he'll come, even if he has to hire one of them limmysines.
Example #2
By godfreys domino, the way they pet and stuff that fool horse is a sin and a shame.
Example #3
The boy was walking away.
Example #4
Receiving no reply he added what he had intended saying.
Example #5
For all the goods that the heaven covereth, and that the earth containeth, in all their dimensions of height, depth, breadth, and length, are not of so much worth as that we should for them disturb or disorder our affections, trouble or perplex our senses or spirits.
Example #6
He never vexed nor disquieted himself with the least pretence of dislike to anything, because he knew that he must have most grossly abandoned the divine mansion of reason if he had permitted his mind to be never so little grieved, afflicted, or altered at any occasion whatsoever.