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Etymology:

Abbreviation of Fab Four.


Proper Noun:

Fabs (informal) the Beatles. 1995, Henry W Sullivan, The Beatles with Lacan: rock 'n' roll as requiem for the modern age At one time the Fabs told the press that: "Show business belongs to the Jews... 1998, Patrick Humphries, The complete guide to the music of the Beatles, Volume 2 ...the madness which surrounded the Fabs at the height of Beatlemania. 2002, Shawn Levy, Ready, steady, go!: the smashing rise and giddy fall of Swinging London Still, Mick and the boys couldn't resist striving after whatever the Beatles attempted first, even when the Fabs flopped.


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Similar Words:

Other words similar to Fabs can be found below:

1.fab
2.Fab Four
3.fab lab
4.fabaceous
5.fabber
6.fabbo
7.fabby
8.fabella
9.fabian
10.Fabian
11.fabianite
12.fabids
13.fabiform
14.Fabius
15.fable
16.fabled
17.fablelike
18.fabler
19.fabless
20.fabliau
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