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Definition of hubbled

hubbled

  • - to get beaten badly (in a game or fight etc.)
    We just got hubbled.
    He better watch out, before he gets hubbled.

    Last edited on Mar 01 2002. Submitted by Chris and Trey from Houston, TX, USA on Mar 01 2002.

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