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omnibi pl

  1. (hypercorrect) plural of omnibus
    • 1841, The Christian Examiner and General Review (page 185)
      O ships, on lock, or frith, or ocean, propelled by engines of three hundred horse-power! cabs and cars, omnibi and stages, wayside rests and fishing-taverns []
    • 1862, London Society: Volume 1 (page 468)
      All hats are waving; pretty girls in carriages shake the victorious colours, that flutter also from Hansom cab whips, and from the tops of omnibi.