A rough wool from the inferior parts of the fleece, used for the woof or weft. [First attested around 1150 to 1350.]
(UK) A filling pick used in weaving.
Origin of abb
From Middle English, from Old English āweb, āb, ōweb, from away + web (“warp thread”).
Abb Sentence Examples
The promontory of St Abb's Head is 3 m.
The Southern Uplands extend from the North Channel in the southwest to St Abb's Head in the north-east and form a well-defined belt of hilly ground, and though much less elevated (their highest point is 2764 ft.
On the east the Southern Uplands plunge abruptly into the sea near St Abb's Head in a noble range of precipices 300 to 500 ft.
ABB plus GCSE maths grade B or BBB including A-level Maths.