Noun(1) a former monetary unit in Great Britain(2) a hair style for women and children; a short haircut all around(3) a long racing sled (for 2 or more people(4) a hanging weight, especially a metal ball on a string(5) a small float usually made of cork; attached to a fishing line(6) a short or shortened tail of certain animals(7) a short abrupt inclination (as of the head
Verb(1) move up and down repeatedly(2) ride a bobsled(3) remove or shorten the tail of an animal(4) make a curtsy; usually done only by girls and women; as a sign of respect(5) cut hair in the style of a bob
(1) she could only manage a slight bob of her head(2) The weather was perfect and hundreds of people turned out to see a 1000 yellow ducks bob their way down the canal.(3) Robinson should invest in a few bob on the Euro lottery.(4) The stout gentleman half rose from his chair and gave a bob of greeting, with a quick little questioning glance from his small, fat-encircled eyes.(5) Her mistress gave a slight bob of her head, and she began bustling about, stirring up the fire.(6) Linda Evangelista had the shortest hair with a bob to the bottom of her neck.(7) You can't help but bob your shoulders and sway your hips to the raunchy jazz in this number!(8) If we sent the skaters down the bob run, there would be no politics, no guessing, no favors exchanged.(9) You'll find a lot of beer cans, unless you can tune out aluminium, but you'll pick up an interesting selection of lost property and a few bob in coins.(10) The mechanism has needed little repair in 220 years - except for a notable occasion 30 years ago when time stood still after the bob on the end of the pendulum became detached and dropped into the pit.(11) I must try and understand ├ö├ç├┐hunting├ö├ç├û and get a proper plain bob going.(12) They began to bob their heads up and down from beneath the window like demented puppets.(13) He handed each of us a little toy pendulum with a retractable bob .(14) What seizes our attention is the spring that is programmed to move counter-clockwise along the rim of the pendulum's circular bob , against the conventional motion of time.(15) Usually, you'll find a nut at the end of the pendulum bob .(16) My skin is peachy-tan, and I have ginger hair that is styled into a bob so I look like a flapper.
1. bobtail ::
2. shilling ::
3. cork ::
4. bobsleigh ::
5. move up and down ::
agai i luga ma lalo
6. tail ::
7. curtsy ::
8. bobsled ::
Different Formsbob, bobs
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