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Dob vs. Lob

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  • Dob (verb)

    To report (a person) to someone in authority for a wrongdoing.

    "I’ll dob on you if you break in."

    "You dobbed me in! — I never did!"

  • Dob (verb)

    To do one's share; to contribute.

    "We all dobbed in for a gift when he retired."

  • Dob (verb)

    To nominate a person, often in their absence, for an unpleasant task.

    "I arrived just after the meeting had started and found myself dobbed in to take the minutes."

  • Dob (verb)

    To play truant

  • Dob (verb)

    In the scouting movement, to chant dob to indicate that one will do one's best to follow the scouting laws.

  • Dob (noun)

    A small amount of something, especially paste.

    "Put a dob of butter on the potato, please."

  • Lob (verb)

    To throw or hit a ball into the air in a high arch.

    "The guard lobbed a pass just over the defender."

    "The tennis player lobbed the ball, which was a costly mistake."

  • Lob (verb)

    To throw.

  • Lob (verb)

    To put, place

    "Lob it in the pot."

  • Lob (verb)

    To hit, kick, or throw a ball over another player in a game.

  • Lob (verb)

    To let fall heavily or lazily.

  • Lob (noun)

    (ball sports) A pass or stroke which arches high into the air.

    "The guard launched a desperate lob over the outstretched arms of the defender."

  • Lob (noun)

    A lump.

  • Lob (noun)

    A country bumpkin; a yokel.

  • Lob (noun)

    A clumsy person.

  • Lob (noun)

    The person who comes last in a race.

  • Lob (noun)

    A lobworm.

  • Lob (noun)

    A fish, the European pollock.

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