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  1. simple past tense and past participle of gib


gibbed (not comparable)

  1. (New Zealand) Finished with plasterboard, as opposed to some other surface material.
    • 2014 August 10, “Mangamingi Magic”, in Live magazine:
      They had also seen a Lockwood show home utilizing a mix of timber and gibbed walls.
    • 2012 December, Sue Hoffart, “Seaside Wellington cottage”, in NZHouse&Garden:
      They were also clear about the things they didn’t want. No white gibbed walls, for instance. Instead, they have chosen rough-sawn cedar for rustic warmth, embossed wallpapers for texture, wood panelling for Asian drama.