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Use "dubbs" in a sentence
"Our own Jackson dubbs this “faux-astroturfing,” a display of knowingly buying into the marketing shtick to further a personal cause."
"Indiscriminate familiarity either offends your superiors, or else dubbs you their dependent and led captain."
"She looked aside at the sea, and up at the banks, and down at the little dubbs of salt water as she skipped across them, crying out at sight of the sea-holly, the anemone, and the sea-mouse shining like fire, but still holding to Philip's arm and bounding and throbbing on it."