3 edition of Flibberty-gibbet"s jig found in the catalog.
Julia Ward Howe
|Statement||by Julia Ward Howe and Rosalys Hall ; woodcuts by Ilse Buchert Nesbitt.|
|Contributions||Hall, Rosalys Haskell., Nesbitt, Ilse Buchert, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.H83738 Fl 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||88146773|
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Flibberty-gibbet's jig [Julia Ward Howe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. flibbertigibbet (flĭb′ər-tē-jĭb′ĭt) n. A silly, scatterbrained, or garrulous person. [Middle English flipergebet.] flibbertigibbet (ˈflɪbətɪˌdʒɪbɪt) n an irresponsible, silly, or gossipy person [C of uncertain origin] flib•ber•ti•gib•bet (ˈflɪb ər tiˌdʒɪb ɪt) n.
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plural of flibberty-gibbet Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. christie. 1 ii. servant. 14 iii. actress. 34 iv. governess. 56 v. companion. 92 vi. seamstress. vii. through the mist. And Achilles says, I’d rather be the slave to some farmer on iron rations than the lord over all these flibberty-gibbets—the after-images of used-up men.
It’s such a moment in Homer, because here’s Homer, who sings the memory of the heroic deeds in immortal song, and he has Achilles saying, Hey, forget about it, it doesn’t mean anything.
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