Cabbage - [kab-ij] Chiefly British 1. a. cloth scraps that remain after a garment has been cut from a fabric and that by custom the tailor may claim. 2. slang - verb. To steal; pilfer: He cabbaged whole yards of cloth.

Cove - (kəʊv) Brit, Austral 1. old-fashioned , slang - a fellow; chap.

Cabbaging Cove: A scoundrel keen on pilfering [from the annals of not-so-distant history]!

About the Cabbaging Cove

  1. "Dignity, refinement, and luxury at its best."
The oldest car manufacturer in Britain, the Daimler company received patronage from the Crown, as well as the courts of Spain and Prussia. The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) received a ride in one of the earliest production automobiles, in 1897.
DaimlerChrysler (owned by Ford) de-merged back in 2007, and the Daimler name is still used on Jaguar cars.
Dress and Insignia Worn at His Majesty’s Court. Edited by Herbert A. P. Trendell, 1921.

    "Dignity, refinement, and luxury at its best."

    The oldest car manufacturer in Britain, the Daimler company received patronage from the Crown, as well as the courts of Spain and Prussia. The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) received a ride in one of the earliest production automobiles, in 1897.

    DaimlerChrysler (owned by Ford) de-merged back in 2007, and the Daimler name is still used on Jaguar cars.

    Dress and Insignia Worn at His Majesty’s Court. Edited by Herbert A. P. Trendell, 1921.

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