How Do You Spell KABOBS?

Correct spelling for the English word "kabobs" is [k_ˈa_b_ɒ_b_z], [kˈabɒbz], [kˈabɒbz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Usage Examples for KABOBS

  1. Once more were they surprised at witnessing the same illumination of the house and one of the jalousies having burst open with the wind they perceived the shadow of Yussuf reflected on the wall his beard wagging over his kabobs and a cup of wine in his hand - "The Pacha of Many Tales" by Captain Frederick Marryat
  2. I went and bought myself an awful meal at the house of a man who rolled Kabobs between his filthy fingers - "Jimgrim and Allah's Peace" by Talbot Mundy
  3. Another said Be comforted Yussuf three days will soon pass away and then you will relish your kabobs and your rakee your sweetmeats and your wine with greater pleasure having been so long deprived of them - "The Pacha of Many Tales" by Captain Frederick Marryat
  4. There is nothing so good as kabobs thus simply prepared the ramrod is then stuck upright in the ground and you sit down and cut off the pieces as required - "Ismailia" by Samuel W. Baker
  5. I remarked that aged horses were very rarely met with and on inquiring the reason was informed that the horses were all so violently worked when young as soon to break down after which they are slaughtered and made into kabobs - "A Peep into Toorkisthhan" by Rollo Burslem