She was also full of wise counsel and advised marrying a warm girl who “had beautiful things with her – beautiful land, pigs and things” – as a way to reconcile the “bobbery” of thirty years ago in the ballaw groves. Never has a “Bobbery” been as delicious as what we just managed to “kick” around Boston Common. But BULL learned the wisdom of not kicking Bobbery. The latter was the person who fell, who played the copper head in Eden and has set up such a Bobbery ever since. How it was the house of lies and flies, the tomb of reputation, the refuge of the transfer man and the wrong egg; the land of the unexpected pest, but never of the unexpected blessing; sunstroke and fever; scandals and broken careers; Snobbery, bobbery and street robbery. Still, I wanted to get some observation, so I handed out my Bobbery bag and worked closer and closer. a dispute; an uproar; severe disturbance; Well, Ben once landed in great exuberance and kicked a bobbery such a bobbery that the guard applauded him for the night in limbo; and the judge the next morning gave him such a clicking claw with his tongue and pierced it so hard Why did you want to kick a Bobbery when everything was so beautiful and peaceful? Bobbery`s numerical value in Chaldean numerology is: 3 Silver (my first loader) was, as usual, very bobbery, and it took a good half an hour to persuade him to get into his truck. It makes me sick to make such a fash and bobbery on a lazy end of an old nursery thread that isn`t worth spitting out when it`s done. You see, he has the race of all the ranks they had there and all the bobbery that has been launched since the Christian era. He had talked to her throughout dinner the day before the jackal hunt with a pack of Bobbery – no sublime spirit at all. “Bobbery Definitions.net. STAND4 LLC, 2022 Web.
4 October 2022. . The stables were an excellent point, and Bobbery`s pack, which hunts pigs for five months throughout the winter, included about nineteen adult boars, ten tusks, and nine sows in one season. The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 3, March, 1864 Dedicated to literature and national politics This Métis collection is known as the “Bobbery Pack” and is a certain addition to the bungalow of every assistant in the district. A disturbance, series or dispute; a term commonly used in the East Indies and China. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 156, 2 avril 1919.
Bob’er-i, n. a loud series. [Hindi bāp re! O Père! – Colonel Yule.].