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lubber

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1 a big clumsy often slow-witted person
  • although he's something of a lubber, everyone agrees that he has a kind heart

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2 a clumsy, awkward person
  • the two lubbers who came to deliver my furniture

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The first known use of lubber was in the 14th century

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