American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang An informal gathering or session for the exchange of news, opinions, and gossip.
- n. Slang A long, animated conversation or discussion.
- n. an occasion (such as a meeting) where people talk at length.
- n. light informal conversation for social occasions
- gab + fest (Wiktionary)
“Pattinson and de Ravin’s live interview on the Emmy-winning morning gabfest is set for March 2.”
“Climate change spokeswoman Christine Milne described the assembly as a "gabfest" and”
“Most noticeably, my favorite panel, the annual State of the Industry gabfest with the heads of all the major comic book companies, is MIA.”
“That's why, Adler explains in an editor's letter, Reuters has decided to produce a magazine specifically designed for the gabfest known as Davos.”
“He gets placement on a major Sunday morn gabfest despite what can be rightfully labeled as his touting of inflammatory wingnut hallicinations.”
“(CNN) -- CNN launches its new gabfest starring Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker - hoping, writes our colleague Howard Kurtz, to "create that mixture of warmth and tension known as chemistry.”
“On the big day, commentators including Sharon Osbourne from CBS's daytime gabfest "The Talk," and NBC, ABC and CBS news correspondents will be stationed at Canada Gate, a gilded wrought-iron portal into Green Park across the street from Buckingham Palace.”
“The former View co-host — whose self-titled gabfest earned 25 Emmys between 1998-2002 — will take the lead on a syndicated talk program set to premiere in the fall of 2011, E!”
“Sharon Osbourne has confirmed the rumor that she'll be talking a break from CBS' lady-bunch gabfest The Talk after just one season.”
“Maybe that's why last month's diplomatic gabfest just didn't have the same feel, the same excitement and side-splitting hilarity that these sessions generally have.”
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