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Word of the Day 09/05/20 Juberous

Juberous (adjective)
juberous [ joo-ber-uhs ]


adjective South Midland and Southern U.S.: Older Use.
1. uncertain and reluctant; dubious; undecided: I was feeling mighty juberous about crossing that bridge.

Origin: First recorded in 1860–65; humorous alteration of dubious

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR JUBEROUS
But it is much oftener applied as in the text to the object of fear, as "The bridge looks kind o' juberous."
THE HOOSIER SCHOOLMASTER|EDWARD EGGLESTON

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