Definition of jibe:
fit in, play off, condition, barb, equalise, hold, harmonize, moderate, see, outfit, blastoff, quill, tot up, stand for, correspond, add up, ray, equal, twin, digging, tool, check over, match, retard, stroke, pecker, equate, ensure, oppose, flout, score, calamus, guess, consort, snap, mark off, stop, add together, scene, check, equip, cope with, lance, dig, contain, curb, check into, discipline, crack, pair, sweep, injection, suit, mate, scape, tot, archeological site, chalk up, change course, train, jab, hold in, scoff, find out, ray of light, conform, peter, shooting, chime, gybe, chequer, shooter, cock, fit out, spear, pellet, prick, diaphysis, gibe, quadrate, total, rack up, watch, irradiation, sum up, putz, agree, shaft of light, arrest, check off, learn, rotating shaft, break, accommodate, accord, pit, couple, excavation, hit, balk, add, beam of light, look into, equalize, light beam, ascertain, slam, beam, check out, stab, snapshot, tally, fit, suss out, baulk, summate, jib, determine, rival, check up on, concur, guesswork, jeer, guessing, tick, tick off, meet, square, assure, represent, conform to, barrack, comport with, sum, consist, concord, shot, turn back, dead reckoning, dick, checker, delay, tote up, harmonise, insure, go, see to it, go over, control, touch, hold back, shaft, mark, resist.
- agree (part of speech: verb)
The Theologian added here His word of praise not less sincere, Although he ended with a jibe; " The hero of romance and song Was born," he said, " to right the wrong; And I approve; but all the same That bit of treason with the Scribe Adds nothing to your hero's fame."- "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow", Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
- "Life of Charles Dickens", Frank Marzials.
- "The Adventures of Akbar", Flora Annie Steel.