sillibub

sillabub

[sil-uh-buhb]
noun
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sillabub (ˈsɪləˌbʌb)
 
n
a variant spelling of syllabub

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sillabub
c.1537, 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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