cubbed cubbed


  1. (n) an awkward and inexperienced youth
  2. (n) a male child (a familiar term of address to a boy)
  3. (n) the young of certain carnivorous mammals such as the bear or wolf or lion
  4. (v) give birth to cubs


  1. He had cubbed for his new job on the Star by pinch-hitting for ailing Wolcott Gibbs in the New Yorker last season.
  2. Jim cubbed on that paper after attending Dickinson College, went on to the Pittsburgh Press and the United Press.
  3. Jim Shepley cubbed on the Harrisburg Patriot, edited by his father, was a United Press correspondent in Washington before he joined PTI as a Washington reporter in 1942.
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propriety propriety
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