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slubber

transitive verb slub·ber \ˈslə-bər\
slub·beredslub·ber·ing \-b(ə-)riŋ\

Definition of SLUBBER

1
dial chiefly English :  stain, sully
2
:  to perform in a slipshod fashion

Origin of SLUBBER

probably from obsolete Dutch slubberen
First Known Use: 1530

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