sobber did not return to Putnam Hall for the best part of a week.
How sobber had ever gotten the captaincy of this team was a mystery.
"From these letters I should say Mr. sobber had been off on a sea trip," continued the eldest Rover boy.
"sobber, I didn't really think you could be so mean," he went on.
Yes, and he says he will never have anything to do with sobber again.
But now Tom rushed in and wrenched the glass from sobber's hand.
"sobber and Crabtree have left the old mill," answered Dick.
"If it was sobber we ought to pay him back," came from Songbird, grimly.
Remember, they may be on the watch for us—Koswell and his cronies, and the sobber crowd too.
sobber had given one of the cadets a note for the master of the Hall.
c.1200, "to cry with short breaths," probably of imitative origin, related to Old English seofian "to lament," Old High German sufan "to draw breath," West Frisian sobje "to suck." Related: Sobbed; sobbing.
late 14c., from sob (v.). Sob story is from 1913. Sob sister "female journalist who writes sentimental stories or advice columns" is from 1912.
: The average man and woman in this country live a soap-opera existence
[1939+; fr the fact that in radio days such shows were typically sponsored by soap manufacturers]