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gybe, jibe (naut.) swing from one side of the vessel to the other, as a sail; put (a boat) about. XVII. — Du. †gijben (mod. gijpen).

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gybe

gybe • v. & n. variant spelling of jibe2 .

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gybe

gybeascribe, bribe, gybe, imbibe, jibe, proscribe, scribe, subscribe, transcribe, tribe, vibe •diatribe • circumscribe

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