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robbin
[rob•bin]
noun
1. A kind of package in which pepper and other dry commodities are sometimes exported from the East Indies.
noun
2. Alternative form of ropeband.
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3. "William," appealed 'Lizabeth, "I've never had no thought o' robbin 'you. "
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4. Thou's tramplin 'on t' owd shipperd an 'robbin' him o 'his callin'; and there's fowks makkin 'brass i' t 'towns that'll seean be robbin' thee o 'thy lands.
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5. An 'we know, if they hadn't a-ben watchin' us an 'a tryin' tew git hold of that thar skin map, they wouldn't have found out 'bout Dickson's gold an 'did th' robbin '.