rab [rab] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a wooden beater for mixing plaster or mortar.

Origin of rab First recorded in 1815–25, rab is from the French word rabot Examples from the Web for rab Historical Examples of rab

  • Rab squealed, whirled and kicked, but Coaley was not there at that particular 116 moment.

    Rim o’ the World

    B. M. Bower

  • Rab was an inferior title and Rabban a superior one to Rabbi.

    Jesus the Christ

    James Edward Talmage

  • Rab has the distinction of having studied his anatomy from the human body.

    Old-Time Makers of Medicine

    James J. Walsh

  • It is through the showing of his feelings that Rab influences us.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 10

    Charles Herbert Sylvester

  • He did not notice me, neither did Rab, who presided behind the cart.

    Spare Hours

    John Brown

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