sillabub


sillabub

sillabub or sil·li·bub [sil-uh-buhb] Examples noun

  1. syllabub.

Examples from the Web for sillabub Historical Examples of sillabub

  • Another such drink was sillabub, in one form made of cider with sugar, nutmeg, and cream added.

    The Historical Child

    Oscar Chrisman

  • British Dictionary definitions for sillabub sillabub noun

    1. a variant spelling of syllabub

    Word Origin and History for sillabub n.

    also sillibub, syllabub, etc., 1530s, of unknown origin. Drink or dish of milk and wine or cider, often sweetened. Figurative sense of “floridly vapid prose” is from 1706.

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