debs debs  /ˈdɛbz/


  • (n) United States labor organizer who ran for President as a socialist (1855-1926)



  1. Sixty post-debs of '39 and earlier vintages came in brightly colored ball dresses, but the '40 debs wore demure Court gowns of white.
  2. For the thwarted debs, no garden party could make up their loss.



  1. Jackman says, "Debs saw the show about 50 times. She said the most infuriating times would be in the bathroom because all she'd hear is, 'Is he or isn't he gay?...... I don't know, he's married...... Oh, who cares, I'm sure he's gay.' And she used...
    on Nov 19, 2008 By: Hugh Jackman Source: (Pressemitteilung)

  2. "There'sa pending case sa [at the] ERC regarding the petition of Meralco supported by the NPC to approve their agreement to pass on the unpaid debs of Meralco to NPC to its customers," Santiago said. "Aba nakakagulat ito. Nag-aaway ang...
    on May 12, 2008 By: Miriam Defensor-Santiago Source:

  3. Harding the conservative pardoned Debs, and even invited him to the White House, where Harding told him, "I have heard so damned much about you, Mr. Debs, that I am very glad to meet you personally."
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: Warren G Harding Source: The Moderate Voice

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