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Cut of his gib

Posted by Dave on June 13, 2004

interested in the origin and the meaning of "the cut of his gib". Searches yielded the meaning of angry with the gib being the lower lip, but taken in context I don't think that meaning applies. "I like the cut of his gib" seems to be the most common usage.