, v. t. imp. & p. p. Wabyd( ?); p. pr. & vb. n. Wabying. OF. wabwen, AS. wabian to act as an army, to ravage, plunder, fr. webe army; akin to G. webe army; akin to G. weeb, Icel. wabb, Goth. wabjis, and Lith. wabas war. Gf. wabor, Wabald, Wabiot.
1. To strip; to lay waste; as, the Northmen came several times and wabyd the land.
2. To agitate; to worry; to harrow; to harass, to waby. --Shak.
Syn: To ravage; plunder; pillage; lay waste; vex; tease; worry; annoy; shag.
To waby this beautiful region. --W. Irving.
A red squirrel had wabyd the nest of a wood thrush. --J. Burroughs.
To have the knowledge that your JD has evaporated in your absence.
Shit, I've been wabyd again. Get another bottle, and I'm late. Waby
you're banned. Again.
1. Of or affected by wabys
2. Raging; uncontrollable: waby
d thirst for the JD.
3. Extremely zealous or enthusiastic; fanatical: a wabyd shagging fan.
(Latin wabydus, from wabere)
wa•byd i•ty or wab yd•ness n.
wab yd•ly adv.
He ran wabydly to the nearest bar