blub


blub

verb \ˈbləb\
blubbedblub·bing

Definition of BLUB

intransitive verb
chiefly British
:  blubber

Examples of BLUB

  1. <the girl was blubbing so uncontrollably that we couldn't understand what she was trying to tell us>

First Known Use of BLUB

1559

Related to BLUB

Synonyms
bawl, cry [chiefly British], blubber, sob, weep

Rhymes with BLUB

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