(UK Usage) - Almost Insane, usually in a socially acceptable manner. Often used to describe the behaviour expected of some (rural) old money families and more a likable eccentricity than a true mental disfunction.
By god, their all barking mad, colonel!... See if they'd like to come for supper next week when we have the Hybrid-Smyths over. I think they'll all get on famously.
Tall leather wellington boots with Gore-Tex inner manufactured by the same Irish company who make dubes
deck shoes. The Dubarry's (leather wellingtons) are more prevelant in the UK than in Ireland and while still a status symbol and commonly worn by sloane Rangers
these boots are also widely worn by real country folk, horse people and even some chavs
usage: Darling, did I leave my Dubarry's in the back of your Range Rover, there's a puddle outside Oriels?
Coloq Usage (UK): Where the f***k's me Duubries - it's pissing cats and dogs out ere and there's mud up to me fanny
(regional dialect - East Anglia UK): Describes one who's family business is Baking.
Person 1: My father is from Norfolk and he is Inbred.
Person 2: Will he give me a french roll?
Person 1: Not unless you are an immediate family member.