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hubby

(ˈhəbi)
n. a husband. (A very old derivation of husband.) My hubby will be late tonight.
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One hubby I spoke to was pulling out because he felt he could not make enough to live on.
Becks appeal: David enjoys a courtside seat at a previous game POUTING Posh Spice looks absolutely thrilled to be taking in a basketball game in LA with hubby David and son Cruz.
My own copy was wrapped in a pair of waterproof leggings as an impromptu pressy from hubby and as such, is also another idea for a great Christmas present.
If Hubby insists on a new iPhone, our only choice is AT&T.
Hubby and neighbours rang again and they said definitely that day.
The dog and I keep them in the barn area when hubby isn't watching.
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For hubby, it's all about getting into bed with Mariel and another woman.
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The ex-Spice Girl, 44, posted piccies of herself posing on a boat in a bikini with the Sardinian coast behind her as she holidayed with hubby Christian.
To be honest, we aren't very keen on her hubby and he seems very controlling - they go everywhere together and she never sees anyone without him being there, too.
LAURA TAYLOR'S hubby has been trying to get her to go fishing for years.
Fortunately, Danielle was saved by her hubby as she nearly crashed on the floor as her chair appeared to give way beneath her, the Mirror reported.
Despite Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama confessing to having had intimate relationships with numerous women, his beautiful wifey Jihan doesn't seem to think her hubby is the womanizing type
NICOLE Kidman was caught in a wave of passion with hubby Keith Urban as they went for a morning swim.