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[keb] /kɛb/
noun, Egyptian Religion.
Geb. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • That there machine can lose me quicker'n a Derby winner could pass a Keb horse.

    Number Seventeen Louis Tracy
  • I 'ad this young spark in my Keb to-d'y an' didn't know it. '

    The King of Diamonds Louis Tracy
  • And while considering, hesitating, the welcome tingling "Keb!"

    Fan W.H. Hudson (AKA Henry Harford)
  • And as to leaving the box alone, my missus said I was to take it down to the Keb.

    Thereby Hangs a Tale George Manville Fenn
  • He made me by a decree to be the Hereditary Chief in the seat of Keb.

  • Bill, he looked up from that day, and wos on his Keb in a week, and little Jim is the biggest byby in the court.

    Afterwards Ian Maclaren
  • In the divine genealogies she is daughter of Keb and Nut (earth and sky).

  • A gent gets into my Keb and sez he, 'Drive me until I tell yer to stop, and go as fast as yer can,' sez he.

    My Strangest Case Guy Boothby
  • But the reference to a “lydy in a Keb” had suggested an immediate plan of action to the barrister.

  • I'm not partic'lar so long as I go fast, an' I don't git collared by the Keb that's after us.

    My Strangest Case Guy Boothby

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