How To Use Jib In A Sentence

  • Her story didn't jibe with the witnesses'account.
  • She jibed constantly at the way he ran his business.
  • a Djiboutian storyteller
  • Last month, Najib said the government would establish a bi- partisan parliamentary committee to review changes to electoral rules, and that authorities would also consider amending laws governing censorship of print media. BusinessWeek.com -- Top News
  • Many nights, I have cried myself to sleep over such cruel jibes. Times, Sunday Times
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  • ‘It's meant to be’ jibes Danilo as he storms off the Westmorland Hall stage with such splendid melodrama he almost pushes conductor Wyn Davies into his illustrious players.
  • We have all our jibs there and we owe them sooooooooo much money any way. What to expect in Senate's Saturday health care vote
  • Sevan, who was in Kabul when Najibullah bolted, spent the week frantically trying to coax the new leaders to stick with the peace plan. The End Of A Superpower Proxy War
  • There is also some automatic service nike mad jibe shoes without anybody in the hotel toilet.
  • Unlike many other politicians, he refuses to indulge in cheap jibes at other people's expense.
  • After Ojibwa families took their allotments, unallotted land on reservations was then sold to the public.
  • And adding to that he gets the 'paedo' jibes from the A block when he comes to the City Through the seasons before us..
  • Perhaps, ironically, all those cheap jibes helped him here. Times, Sunday Times
  • Strong gales; bore away for the North Channel, carrying away the foretopsail and lost jib; hove the log several times and found the ship going through the water at the rate of 18 to 18 1/2 knots; lee rail under water and rigging slack. The Old Merchant Marine; A chronicle of American ships and sailors
  • All the miracle of sails; the steady foresail; the sensitive jibs; the press canvas delicate as bubbles; the reliable main; the bluff topsails; topgallants like eager horses; the impertinent skysails; the jaunty moonraker, were just canvas stretched on poles. The Wind Bloweth
  • The title is in honour of Australia’s first female deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, jibe from the enlightened Mr Heffernan – stating she was unfit for leadership because she was” deliberately barren”. Archive 2008-09-01
  • ‘It's hugely different to writing to a feature film, where you're basically whitewashing it for the producers,’ he jibes.
  • Broad, rude, crude and offensive were just a few of the criticisms levelled at this scatological sitcom, but the show had the perfect response to such highbrow jibes: ratings.
  • During warm months the Ojibwa slept on cedar bough mattresses, each person wrapped in a bearskin or deerskin robe.
  • If it does, revoke, O student, your shrill _eheu_ for the Greekless and untrousered savage of the canoe, suppress your feelings, and go steadily into rhabdomancy with several divining-rods, in search of the Pierian spring which must surely exist somewhere among the guttural districts of the Ojibbeway tongue. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 40, February, 1861
  • The situation in Kabul was extremely confusing in the immediate aftermath of Najibullah's removal.
  • After all, according to comedy e-card site JibJab, Tuesday is unofficially "May the 4th Be with You" day. 'Star Wars' comes to JibJab
  • Since the jib halyard attaches to the same place as the forestay, the load is pretty well transferred.
  • The horses slithered down the shallow bank and onto the glassy surface at a rapid trot, but the black was mistrustful of the insecure footing and jibbed skittishly.
  • 'No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again,' he jibed, tongue in cheek.
  • Seems the organizers like the cut of my "immoderate moderator" jib, which is deeply flattering and rewarding as I always have a lot of fun doing it. Uninstalled
  • She was tired of his cheap jibes.
  • They were long open boats with a large spritsail and jib.
  • He made a monkey gesture at the crowd as he left the field, a reference to the jibes that had been directed at him. Times, Sunday Times
  • The full-jib was also set, and, as it departed in shreds, the fore-topmast staysail was being hoisted. CHAPTER XXXVIII
  • When we had wind, we used it to the utmost; but we did not do this without the loss of one or two things; the new jib-sheet broke a couple of times, and one night we carried away the outer bobstay of the jib-boom. The South Pole; an account of the Norwegian antarctic expedition in the 'Fram', 1910 to 1912
  • Fortunately, the jib only gybed, while the fore-topsail slatted a bit against the mast; and all the other sails remaining full and drawing, a slight shift of the helm sufficed to put the ship on her proper course. The Island Treasure
  • This jibes with research showing that women are physiologically and emotionally more sensitive to unsatisfactory relationships.
  • I like the cut of your gib, or possibly jib, you like to get to the meat of the action. Origins Friday
  • Wet Bank Guy "retaliated", sort of, with a jib jab video and Adrastos offered up a Barbie Doll advertisement, and ... well, Greg all but declared an early victory. Your Right Hand Thief
  • Once the boat has tacked the jib will be aback.
  • Read a couple of corporate histories -- even though they are blatant hagiographies -- and see which one jibes more with your set of core values.
  • And how the shape of the jib sails affected by halyard tension, sheet tension and fairlead position. Boats and Boating Online Resource Center. Find Boating News, Products and Services. Boating RSS Feed Available.
  • It's funny, I was surprised to read that you've never creamed butter by hand -- something about your style and the pleasure you take in drawing out the lusciousness of simple things doesn't jibe with that. Like a lullaby
  • Mildmay stood for a moment, as one in a dream, watching the submergence of the ill-fated _Mercury's_ jib-boom end and fore-topgallant mast-head The Log of the Flying Fish A Story of Aerial and Submarine Peril and Adventure
  • A larger headsail and cruising spinnaker are nice to have for beam reaching and running in light air but many owners find the mainsail and 120% jib work just fine.
  • Kesemua percaturan Ka Ting sudah dibongkar dan jika selepas ini penyokong Soi Lek dan Tee Keat masih buta untuk mengetahui siapa sebenarnya api dalam sekam, musuh dalam selimut, gunting dibawah tikar, musang berwajah sembilan dan musuh sebenar anda berdua memang wajib kamu berdua kalah dalam pemilihan. Planet Malaysia
  • You'd have jibbed at the third Conservative fête you were expected to open. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • My own experiences didn't jibe with anything these family units went through.
  • The jibes that he was nothing more than a gaffe-prone, tub-thumping populist hurt because they were perilously close to the truth.
  • Pada bulan Oktober yang lalu, Abdullah mengumumkan bahawa beliau akan mengundur diri pada bulan Mac 2009 dan akan menyerahkan kepimpinan negara kepada Najib. WordPress.com News
  • Unlike many other politicians, he refuses to indulge in cheap jibes at other people's expense.
  • A gype, a glaik and a galoot were all commonly hurled jibes in our house, a home filled with tomfoolery and japes well beyond the time when we should all have grown up and known better.
  • It is certainly fodder for cynical jibes about leopards and spots. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was his fatuous, smirky tone and insubstantial jibes.
  • I had bought them a red ball and told them to have fun and be careful , I assured them Id be back in 2 hours. when I picked them up they looked dazed I thought they where tired but they started speaking in tongues , which is to say jibbirish and I had to rince their mouths out with soup errr... soap.... Discuss The Difference
  • The gardens affirm the prevalence of Kanak culture as the Tjibaou Cultural Center by Renzo Piano carries history and mythology that have been around for 3,000 years into the modern day. Alla Kazovsky: "Live-by-Design" Wholeheartedly
  • Jibbing, or "balking" as the Americans term it, is a detestable vice. The Horsewoman A Practical Guide to Side-Saddle Riding, 2nd. Ed.
  • Similarly, if I'm in public practice, and they do something that doesn't jibe with my policies, I'm going to change my policies.
  • Using that same logic, one could easily argue that corporate management structure jibs badly with the American ethos. Matthew Yglesias » EFCA in International Comparison
  • Only the dowdy daughter, Martha, treats him with kindness, teaching him to read and shielding him occasionally from her siblings' harshest jibes.
  • The cheerful sailor crept forward and jibed over the foresail as Charley put the helm to starboard and we swerved to the right into the San Joaquin. Charley's Coup
  • jibs" might be seen perambulating the courts, in the vain effort to discover their tutors 'chambers, the names having undergone an alteration that left all trace of their original proprietors unattainable: Doctor Charles O'Malley — Volume 1
  • Always glowing whenever she hits a stage or screen, the blond, round-cheeked Ebersole has an infallible instinct for jollying a melody that jibes seamlessly with what Weinstein is doing as he rapidly saws away and as Firth and Hubbard fill their breaks with matching virtuosity. David Finkle: First Nighter: Genius Jazz Violinist Aaron Weinstein Meets Brilliant Jazz Singer Christine Ebersole in Dual Birdland Triumph
  • The situation in Kabul was extremely confusing in the immediate aftermath of Najibullah's removal.
  • Unlike Mujib-ur Rahman who was dogged by allegations of nepotism and corruption, Zia-ur Rahman was known as Mr. Clean, even among his enemies. Desicritics
  • The self-referential jibes and parody elements work well, as do the innumerable anime in-jokes.
  • Wahai manusia, sungguh kalian akan dinaungi oleh bulan yang agung dan penuh berkah;? yakni bulan yang di sana ada satu malam yang lebih baik dari seribu bulan; bulan yang Allah jadikan puasanya? suatu kewajiban dan ibadah di malam harinya suatu tathawwu '. KampungBlog.com - Kumpulan Blog-Blog Indonesia - Semua Blog
  • A few seagulls circled, squawked at Joe, and two pigeons on the crane's jib watched him intently.
  • Last month, Mr. Najib acknowledged that a clumsy attempt to censor an article about political protests in the Economist magazine with black felt-tip pen "made more news than the actual story. Cartoonist Wants Kuala Lumpur to Lift Book Ban
  • This was met with congratulations from the oldies, but the usual jibing remarks from my sister.
  • But what gratified him most of all, I think, was the fact that before we had been aboard two days I had got Simpson, the sailmaker, at work upon an enormous jack-yard gaff-topsail for use in light winds, the only gaff-topsail that the schooner had hitherto possessed being a trumpery little jib-headed affair which she could carry in quite a strong breeze. Turned Adrift
  • Your statement doesn't jibe with the facts.
  • The 20-foot placing jib both rotates and articulates, allowing access to the pump discharge around corners and through windows.
  • I may come across as confident, but cruel jibes left my self-esteem in tatters. The Sun
  • A diplomat from Djibouti , a country in the Horn of Africa, provides a clue.
  • I sailed comfortably on under the jib and forestaysail, which I now set. Sailing Alone Around the World
  • About a classful of Spanish, Jewish, Black and autistic students who jibbedy-jab their flagrantly Jew-froed teacher, Mist-ah Kah-tare. Lest I Forget!
  • 'No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again,' he jibed, tongue in cheek.
  • The clicking of the sheaves in the blocks as the sails ran down, head - sails first, was music to her; and she detected on the instant the jamming of a jib-downhaul, and almost saw the impatient jerk with which the sailor must have cleared it. Chapter 15
  • These terms jibe nicely with Mr. Putin's own rhetoric of threats and fear. Our Struggle Against Tyranny in Russia
  • She ran on a 700-horsepower steam engine and had four jury masts on which four trysails and a jib could be set for emergencies.
  • No doubt, some purists will still jib at this usage.
  • The staff don't mind the new work schedule but they would jib at taking a cut in wages.
  • The main reason the trade unionists failed in the U.K. was probably because their culture, one of an absolute, rationalist belief in egalitarianism, jibbed so badly with British culture it was bound to invoke the greatest antagonisms eventually. Matthew Yglesias » EFCA in International Comparison
  • During the years when the elephant jibe was rife, microbial genetics was at the forefront of molecular biology.
  • I sort of hope that Fiorina talks about Ireland's corporate tax rates, just to get a taste of pre-desaparecido Fiorina jibber-jabber, circa 2008 election season. TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads
  • What I'm ultimately interested in is what this filmmaker has to say; I really couldn't care less about what he can do with a dolly and jib.
  • We passed a ship, two schooners, and a four-masted barkentine under the smallest of canvas, and at eleven o'clock, running up the spanker and jib, we hove her to, and in another hour we were beating back again against the aftersea under full sail to regain the sealing ground away to the westward. Story of a Typhoon off the Coast of Japan
  • Grinding (or 'jibbing' as it's known in snowboarding circles) is fairly well integrated into the game. TotalVideoGames.com
  • Unlike Mujib-ur Rahman who was dogged by allegations of nepotism and corruption, Zia-ur Rahman was known as Mr. Clean, even among his enemies. Desicritics
  • Sails named for parts of the ship include gaff sails, jib-headed sails, spritsails, and lateen and lugsails.
  • Nasser, for example, or Ben Bella in Alegeria, or Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Bangladesh (or, Qaddafi in Libya, to use a slightly whackier example). Matthew Yglesias » Endgame
  • Even the very steeve of the bowsprit seemed familiar to me, and I felt certain that the superbly cut jib and handsome trysail could belong only to the _Barracouta_! The Pirate Slaver A Story of the West African Coast
  • In fact, because I have an overcautious habit of pulling up the storm jib on the inner forestay whenever the weather forecast is bad and the wind rises above about 25 knots, I can actually claim to have left the safety of the cockpit in over 35 knots of wind only once. True Spirit
  • Jane_, as the fore-topmast had soon snapped off sharp at the cap like a carrot, bringing with it, of course, the fore-topgallant mast as well, and the main-topgallant mast, with their respective yards and other spars, and the jib-boom as well. Picked up at Sea The Gold Miners of Minturne Creek
  • The standard reply to the Work at Tescos” jibe is “Well if you were a manager at Tescos you would have bankrupted them years ago” on January 1, 2010 at 3: 17 pm Sherriff Roscoe. If Carlsberg Made Justice Secretaries………… « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • If you're dealt four aces, that doesn't make you necessarily a great poker player, Romney jibed. Can GOP's new front-runner Rick Perry take the heat?
  • One may jib, like George Orwell, at Greene's belief that a brutally stupid gangster is capable of intellectual subtlety.
  • We just landed in an open field in those days and there seemed to be just one shed for an airport, and we were all feeling a bit airsick because of this bumpy journey up from Djibouti.
  • During warm months the Ojibwa slept on cedar bough mattresses, each person wrapped in a bearskin or deerskin robe.
  • The "trysails" are gaff or jib-headed sails sometimes carried on the fore and main, as the spanker is carried on the mizzen. Golden Days for Boys and Girls, Vol. XIII, Nov. 28, 1891
  • A bit of a favourite of mine from the 1910s is ‘oojiboo’, which meant a thingumajig, a whatsits name, something you can't remember the name of.
  • This exercise should be repeated until releasing casting off and trimming the jib is a smooth and coordinated effort on the part of the crew at helmsman. Sailing Fundamentals
  • Some of Nepad's major projects still in the pipeline include a fibre optic submarine cable on the East Coast to connect Durban and Djibouti and the Inga III project in the Congo.
  • He made several cheap jibes at his opponent during the interview.
  • And as a final jibe he remarked that it was always sad to see a politician at the end of his career thrashing around for an issue.
  • She also said taunts and jibes about her old, unnatural look had been upsetting. The Sun
  • 'No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again,' he jibed, tongue in cheek.
  • Are these cruel jibes really justified, do I really set out to shock? Times, Sunday Times
  • I just jibber-jabbered about space noise.
  • The Song of Hiawatha," his most ambitious poem, took its content and themes from the legends of Michigan's Ojibwe Indians as collected by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft and its meter from the Finnish epic "Kalevala" as recorded by Elias L ö nnrot. Spotty History, Maybe, but Great Literature
  • He nodded across the slope to Josh and his posse, who were taking turns jibbing on the trick rail while the others pelted them with snowballs. The Ex Games
  • As the former prime minister sat under unforgiving studio lights jibber-jabbering with Andrew Marr, his interviewer of choice, it looked positively sandy on top.
  • I had wanted quiet time and wound up with jibber-jabber. Miracles, Inc.
  • Some days I go on at length about all kinds of strange, esoteric, metaphysical musings, and sometimes everything I write sounds like New Age jibber-jabber. Roseanne Archy
  • Our man Shane is the guy you see with what we call the jib camera. CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2004
  • People make fat jibes and I feel like leaving it all behind. The Sun
  • I have seen others opt for a cutter-type arrangement leaving the small jib and adding a genoa.
  • The jib rack was made from the same brass section as the chainplates, and is also 2.5’ long.
  • A former supporter of the Najibullah regime who had switched sides, Dostam was now a mainstay of the mujaheddin government.
  • From this reason, all the owers of balances refused to pay the _malwajib_ of the sircar. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 11 (of 12)
  • The jibsails came down smoothly, then the topsails, until only the topgallants were still drawing.
  • I'd hoped to put the vignette on the web when it was done, but it doesn't jibe at all with AuthorityJack.
  • He made several cheap jibes at his opponent during the interview.
  • On the second day, we practiced jibing, or passing the boat's backside through the wind.
  • Some habits of hasty irritation he had contracted, partly, it was said in the borough of Fairport, from an early disappointment in love in virtue of which he had commenced misogynist, as he called it, but yet more by the obsequious attention paid to him by his maiden sister and his orphan niece, whom he had trained to consider him as the greatest man upon earth, and whom he used to boast of as the only women he had ever seen who were well broke in and bitted to obedience; though, it must be owned, Miss Grizzy Oldbuck was sometimes apt to _jibb_ when he pulled the reins too tight. The Antiquary — Volume 01
  • Mr. Gilmartin jibbed and commented that the demand made the Mafia look like monks.
  • It's not like you have to share the office space with someone who's views don't jibe with yours, so what's the point?
  • At sunset, we had 5 sails up in a vain attempt to catch what little wind there was - jib, stay, main, mizzen staysail and the mizzen.
  • He went bye with a waff of wind in his plaiding, and his haunch-man as he passed at a discreet distance got the double share of jibe and glunch from the mariners. John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • The spray was dashing over her bows, and her jib was wet several feet above the boltrope. Little By Little or, The Cruise of the Flyaway
  • Jaric had brailed the mainsail neatly to the yardarm, but jib and spanker lay heaped in the bow, a negligence he never would have tolerated by choice. Shadowfane
  • Unless of course you are tacking or jibbing in which case you need to move the tiller very quickly or it don't work so well ... Snap Polls Give Debate Win To Obama
  • However, following Connor's suggestion, the Irishman was introduced at half-time and the tactical switch transformed the game even more than Djibril Cissé's sending-off in the 33rd minute. Mick McCarthy confident Wolves owner won't visit dressing room again
  • The cargo was contained in hundreds of plastic jerrycans, ten of which had spilled, contaminating a considerable area of Djibouti port.
  • As a result he not only arrived on time but he also avoided the usual cheap jibes that we journalists are wont to make about ministerial limousines. Times, Sunday Times
  • But, although I jib slightly at the supernatural Skellig's curative powers and the sentimental conclusion, the story has legs as well as wings.
  • The designation APG-63 (V) 3 for the airborne radar in the F-15 Eagle fighter doesn't seem to jibe with the table that says G designates a Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • Mr. Najib has to be able to show that the acquittal was a sign of strength, rather than one of weakness. Malaysia's Moment of Sanity
  • And while your whole jibe is aimed at business and rocking out your career life, what if your question of “What am I afraid of?” was applied to relationships? I want to join Fight Club | Johnny B. Truant
  • In many cases it is necessary to backwind the jib to bring the boat completely around onto the other tack. Sailing Fundamentals
  • As we had been expecting, the wind now drew round from the westward, fresh, though not so much so as to prevent our showing a jib-headed gaff-topsail to it. For Treasure Bound
  • The whole world plays host all to swanmays and apsaras, Odette and Odile and Olrun, Urvaci and Kessel Djibak and the swan-maid servants of Othinn One-Eye -- Sigrdrifa, Mist, Svanrikr, Grimhildr, Skeggjöld, and all their bloody sisters. it's time to see the world. it's time to kiss the girl.
  • There were thousands of complaints about his cruel jibe, so it was no surprise to see he was on his best behaviour this week. The Sun
  • The immediate area around the crane is still cordoned off for safety reasons, due to the risk of parts of the broken jib falling.
  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal Hand-scrimshawed burgee buckle For the Salty Dog This hand-scrimshawed burgee buckle jibes well with a canvas belt, salt-faded chinos and a simple pique polo. Shoot From the Hip
  • In recent years there has been a growing number of politicians and intellectuals who write memoirs or reflections on Djibouti society and its problems, but virtually all of them publish in France.
  • For years the jibe of 'choker' had hounded him - he whose nerves cannot take the heat.
  • She was still scarred after her encounters with icebergs so proper repairs to her jury-rigged jib boom were a top priority.
  • Two blasts of the whistle fetches the watch out, and "Stand by topsail halyards," "In inner jib," sends one hand to one halyard, the midshipman of the watch to the other, and the rest on to foc'stle and to the jib downhaul. The Worst Journey in the World Antarctic 1910-1913
  • Why not email me your gushing and unconditional chorizo-breathed praise/snidey, green-eyed jibes for this team of all the talents/team with one extremely well-developed talent on barney. [email protected] World Cup 2010 live blog: 8 July
  • Politically speaking, his jibes were right on target.
  • My experiences with the Lakota, Ojibwa, Cree, Crow, Cheyenne, and Micmac medicine traditions taught that you must sincerely pray and often fast before knowing whether you should seek a vision. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
  • The amount cab owners pay for their licence could include a free access card, although few would jib at the £7 annual fee required to become a ‘gate’ user.
  • The martinganes flatten in their jibs along their high steeving bowsprits and jib-booms. The Children of the King
  • She agreed to attend but jibbed at making a speech.
  • The jibs are a small price to pay for priceless exposure. WN.com - Articles related to The Starbucks on Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Lafayette experience
  • Dealing with declaration one, I understood that you were jibbing at the word ‘unlawfully’ in Mr Clayton's draft.
  • There are two major ethnic groups in Djibouti, the Afars (sometimes also called the Danakil) and the Somalis.
  • She was still scarred after her encounters with icebergs so proper repairs to her jury-rigged jib boom were a top priority.
  • With three telescopic boom sections and an articulating jib, sections of pump hose are added as needed to accommodate the distance to placement.
  • He jibbed when he heard how much the tickets would cost.
  • He'd post it on his way out, and then risk ad jibbing if his visit was mentioned. Final Resting Place of The Pen
  • Fairport, from an early disappointment in love in virtue of which he had commenced misogynist, as he called it, but yet more by the obsequious attention paid to him by his maiden sister and his orphan niece, whom he had trained to consider him as the greatest man upon earth, and whom he used to boast of as the only women he had ever seen who were well broke in and bitted to obedience; though, it must be owned, Miss Grizzy Oldbuck was sometimes apt to jibb when he pulled the reins too tight. The Antiquary
  • Our ship was nothing but a mass of hides, from the cat-harpins to the water’s edge, and from the jib-boom-end to the taffrail. Chapter XXVI. San Francisco-Monterey
  • Mataifa ya Afrika yanawajibu wa kulinda haki na uhuru wa raia wao. Letters: Gay rights in Africa
  • Blow, sweet breeze," said D----, half to himself, half aloud; and casting his eyes, alternately from the flying jib and foresail to the swelling gaff-topsail, stooped down and looked under the boom at the land. A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and Sweden 2nd edition
  • Then came the hajibs or chamberlains, the sons of the vizirs, the freed slaves of the khalif, and the wakils or officers of his household. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 342, April, 1844
  • With smooth proficiency, the trimmers backed the jib, and the mainsail was eased, swinging the bow around.
  • Over the hangar mouth the jib of the winch can be spotted.
  • ME gipoun ` gipon, jupon, 'as well as jibba and jubbah. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XX No 2
  • Sufi cultists, Egyptian deserters, riverain farmers, and desert nomads all received the patched white jibba. Three Empires on the Nile
  • The full-jib was also set, and, as it departed in shreds, the fore-topmast staysail was being hoisted. CHAPTER XXXVIII
  • All about the house, with its numerous corners, turrets, gussets, and corbie-stepped gables, the fury of the world rose and wandered, the fury that never rests but is ever somewhere round the ancient universe, jibing night and morning at man's most valiant effort. John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn
  • This hasn't faded: he jibed in his most recent interview that he always aims to "outfox the media. Johann Hari: Don't Be Fooled, Many Brits Will Cringe at the Royal Wedding Frenzy
  • Marcus had suggested that this year I might organize it, but I had jibbed. THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING
  • Their jibes will soon die down when they find somebody else to talk about. The Sun
  • As the schooner went into the wind and backed her jib and staysail the whaleboat was swung out. A SON OF THE SUN
  • A crowd of 'jibbing' heifers encircled her on all sides, while a fat porker, Penelope's Irish Experiences
  • Djibouti's poor take refuge in slums on the city outskirts, constructing shelters from corrugated iron and other scrap material.
  • Mainsails, genoas, working jibs and staysails, spinnakers, storm jibs, and trisails are all discussed in depth.
  • A little craft behind them, with two men, jibed over and turned bottom up. THE ONE THOUSAND DOZEN
  • Yum! is in it for the long haul, and they don't need a bunch of jibber-jabber from hooligans like you. The Consumerist: March 2009 Archives
  • For many the novelty of all that blood-soaked jibber-jabber wore thin pretty quickly.
  • Tight dark jeans don't usually jibe with the seaside, but her top's bright print and floaty cut make this outfit just summery enough.
  • So McCain assiduously is courting economic and social conservatives, some of them skeptics who remember his jibes from before. McCain firm on Iraq war despite cost to candidacy
  • Are these cruel jibes really justified, do I really set out to shock? Times, Sunday Times
  • Kwa mujibu wa USAID, msukumo wa kuja na wazo hili la mazungumzo ya mtandaoni, lilitokana na hotuba aliyoitoa Rais Barack Obama mwezi Juni mwaka 2009 jijini Cairo, Misri, ambapo alisema kwamba angefanya juhudi kuhamasisha ushirikiano miongoni mwa binadamu [...] 27 March 2010, 7: 09 am Global Voices in English » Egypt: Obama to Address Muslim World from Egypt
  • Our ship was nothing but a mass of hides, from the cat-harpins to the water's edge, and from the jib-boom-end to the taffrail. Two years before the mast, and twenty-four years after: a personal narrative
  • At least we know the roller-furled jib works, though overall it isn't exactly a great advert for Sunfast (the makers of the yacht).
  • The jib or projecting arm of a crane probably derives from gibbet, and gibe and gybe are often written jibe.
  • 'No doubt he'll give me the chance to fight him again,' he jibed, tongue in cheek.
  • There were thousands of complaints about his cruel jibe, so it was no surprise to see he was on his best behaviour this week. The Sun
  • Sandra stayed at home, away from the taunts and jibes of her white schoolfellows, and illicitly befriended the children of the family's black nanny.
  • With smooth proficiency, the trimmers backed the jib, and the mainsail was eased, swinging the bow around.
  • The Deputy First Minister joked at the First Minister's expense, jibing at the apparent disunity within McConnell's ranks.
  • But your wife is making cruel jibes. The Sun
  • Jibes such as Taranto's should not pass as journalism and should not warrant "our" attention. The Reality Check
  • Miss Grizzy Oldbuck was sometimes apt to jibb when he pulled the reins too tight. The Antiquary
  • Two masts, ketch rig with tops'ls, three goddamn jibs - strewth, I know what I make of that! The Gates of Noon
  • The driver, who left the scene after the accident, jumped from the cab just seconds before the jib of the crane plunged down onto the seashore.
  • Friendly Devil on Two Sticks, for ten times ten thousands years, keep Blink-Bonny jibbing at the post, and let us have no start! The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices
  • If another war is starting I'll hang out with the "jibs THE SLEEPER CUTTERS' CAMP
  • The sail jibbed wildly

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