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Definition of "cabbaged" [cabbaged]

  • Snippets of cloth appropriated by a tailor from a customer's material (noun)
  • To steal; pilfer (verb)
  • Very drunk. (adjective)

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Use "cabbaged" in a sentence
  • "She produces delicious looking Cabbage Vadis, an authentic Maharashtrian dish, which consists of fried squares of spiced and "cabbaged" gram flour."
  • "In the paper which you represent, I noticed an article which I took to be an effusion from your muddled brain, stating that I had "cabbaged" a number of valuable articles from you the night I took you out of the streets of Washoe City and permitted you to occupy my bed."
  • "In an evil moment he "cabbaged" some cloth, was detected, tried, condemned, and sentenced to twenty months 'imprisonment."
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