The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tub \Tub\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Tubbed; p. pr. & vb. n. Tubbing.] To plant or set in a tub; as, to tub a plant.
Usage examples of "tubbed".
And that larger section so left as a balcony surrounding each floor was occupied by potted and tubbed vegetation interspersed by seats and tables of different sizes and shapes to accommodate very dissimilar bodies.
Jofre himself had taken the precaution of moving tubbed foliage out of their carefully symmetrical pattern in order to clear the space to the banistered edge of the balcony offset.
You simply enclosed a wedge of a space wheel and moved a tubbed sapling in gradual stages along a straight floor that made a chord along the curved perimeter.
Burrich had me up at dawn, and I was tubbed and scrubbed, the hair cut back from my eyes and the rest bound down my back in a tail such as I had seen on the older men of the keep.