"'Beware of the jabberwock that bites, my child,'" quoted Harvey.
Let's call the idol the jabberwock, and sing the jabberwock song as we go up.
For it is obvious that the war the jabberwock has so nobly waged has been a waste of steel and powder.
This large cage is intended for the jabberwock—when we obtain him.
He jerked open the door, but he was not quick enough for the originator of the jabberwock Jig.
You remember the musical setting I once made you for the Lay of the jabberwock?
One by one all the children's small possessions lay before the jaws of the jabberwock.
Steve had indeed, as Owen said, "laid the jabberwock low," when he discharged both barrels of his shotgun at once.
Says the shriek of the jabberwock beneath my window, 'The Hun is destroyed.
The fire went springing up, licking the white bones of the jabberwock.
1872, nonsense word (perhaps based on jabber) coined by Lewis Carroll, for the poem of the same name, which he published in "Through the Looking-Glass." The poem is about a fabulous beast called the Jabberwock.