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Sentence count:29+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-04-03Updated:2017-04-03
Synonym: agreebarbchange coursecheckcorresponddigfitgibegybejibmatchshaftshotslamtallySimilar words: gibeibexvibelibelbribetribefiberscribeMeaning: [dʒaɪb]  n. an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect. v. 1. be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics 2. shift from one side of the ship to the other. 
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1. Her story didn't jibe with the witnesses'account.
2. Your statement doesn't jibe with the facts.
3. How did your expectations jibe with the reality?
4. His report did not jibe with the facts.
5. What he says does not jibe with what others say.
6. That jibe about Alison was mean and contemptible.
7. So he didn't listen to odd jibe about our millionaire friend, and he didn't ask them to pay.
8. What you see in movies doesn't always jibe with reality.
9. Greg's jibe about the dress being like a shroud rankled.
10. During the years when the elephant jibe was rife, microbial genetics was at the forefront of molecular biology.
11. If the Dole jibe rings true now, Dole himself must share the blame.
12. It was a jibe that nearly became a prophecy, though Cambridge were left with more of a one-horse race.
13. His jibe was greeted with howls of laughter as Mr Smith savaged Mr Major during the emergency debate on the economy.
14. The numbers don't jibe.
15. He succeeded to jibe her attention.
16. His position jibe with his ideal.
17. They did not jibe so well.
18. His position did not jibe with his ideal.
19. " Thank you,'she said sweetly, deliberately misunderstanding his jibe.
20. The report does not jibe with the facts.
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21. This, apparently , doesn't jibe with Cristina's understanding of the document.
22. When used as a noun, jibe refers to a remark that attacks someone.
23. There is also some automatic service nike mad jibe shoes without anybody in the hotel toilet.
24. Tight dark jeans don't usually jibe with the seaside, but her top's bright print and floaty cut make this outfit just summery enough.
25. The calculation results show that the precision of jibe dispersed coefficient seasonal model is much higher than the autoregression model.
26. His distrust of the power of critics made him ready to jibe at David Sylvester.
27. Nicely spoken. I can appreciate a well - placed jibe. Perhaps I will speak with you, after all.
28. Crookes and Wallace ranged up on the opposing side, while Sir Oliver Lodge attempted to formulate a compromise that would jibe with his particular cosmic theories.
29. The bank is clearly fed up with the constant jibe that it has no clear management strategy.
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