Mother Hubbard Definition
A full, loose gown for women.
Webster's New World
Origin of Mother Hubbard
Probably from illustrations of Mother Hubbard , character in a nursery rhyme by Sarah Catherine Martin (1768–1826), British writer
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From "Old Mother Hubbard", a nursery rhyme.
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