"tib’s eve" Definition

  1. “neither before Christmas nor after,” an indefinite period; like the Greek Kalends, TIB’S EVE has a future application; an indefinite period of past time is sometimes said to be “when Adam was an oakum-boy in Chatham Dockyard.” “The reign of Queen Dick” is another form of this kind of expression, and is used to indicate either past time or future.

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Position in the dictionary: 3655 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: tick, ticker, ticket, tickle, tiddlywink, tidy, tie, tied up, tiff, tiffin
Previous words in the dictionary: tibby, tibbing out, thundering, thunderer, thunderbomb, thumping, thumper, thud, thrups, thrums

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