Examples of bib in a Sentence
the old professor has been known to bib on occasion
Origin and Etymology of bib
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of bib
Recent Examples of bib from the Web
Most of the alumni runners have started scrapbooks, keeping their bib numbers and times.
As a means of explanation, the 30-year-old from Mississippi unpinned her competition bib and flipped it around.
The pattern has grown beyond its preppy reputation and manifested itself into wrap dresses, '90s-style bib-neck minis, and sharp pencil skirts—though, the easy, breezy, and quintessentially vibe remains a constant.
The 5K attracted a small but spirited group that ran alongside joggers without bib numbers and bicyclists on the scenic Wicker Park paths.
By the end, Mr. Barrymore’s beard hangs on his chest like a great bushy bib.
If Bill Clinton began arriving at state dinners in bare feet and bib overalls, stock prices would edge uneasily down.
Glastonbury's Donn Cabral, also a steeplechase runner, donated an autographed equipment bag bib from the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The men's and women's races, televised live by KTVA (GCI Channel 11) have become so popular most rookie racers can only gain a coveted race bib through a lottery.
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First Known Use of bib
BIB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bib for English Language Learners
: a piece of cloth or plastic that is worn under a baby's chin while the baby is eating
: the part of a piece of clothing (such as an apron) that covers the area above a person's waist
BIB Defined for Kids
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