Examples of babe in a Sentence
although I worked with film for years, I'm just a babe as far as digital photography is concerned
a babe in arms, too young even to crawl
Recent Examples of babe from the Web
Geraldine Ridaura, the boss babe behind Holy Matcha, will debut the brand new, 100-percent dairy free soft serve this on July 1.
Nobody wants to entirely slam the Dino De Laurentiis remake from 1976, largely because geek god Rick Baker was involved and the movie's new damsel, Jessica Lange, was such a babe.
Everyone knows Kyle schwarber is the next babe Ruth not him, duh. --
Children under the age of 4 (including babes in arms) will not be admitted to the theater.
Rejoining the tour with babe in arms came with some complications, but the 30-year-old never regretted the decision.
Also, and not insignificantly, the warriors led by General Antiope (Robin Wright), are some of the fiercest babes ever to grace the screen.
David Hasselhoff’s TV juggernaut about a team of capable lifeguards was fairly family-friendly stuff, even with all the bodacious babes slow-motion jogging along the beach in bathing suits.
David Hasselhoff's TV juggernaut about a team of capable lifeguards was fairly family-friendly stuff, even with all the bodacious babes slow-motion jogging along the beach in bathing suits.
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Origin and Etymology of babe
Middle English, probably of imitative origin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of babe for English Language Learners
: a very young child
: a sexually attractive person
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