- v. To move in a manner characteristic of a gangling person
“French , the silver, changing clearness of the Italian, the harsh gangle of the German, the hissing precision of the English, the liquid sweetness of the Kanaka, and the sleep-inspiring languor of the East-Indian.”
“Any chance that a book will be written after the movie? gangle (12/24/2009 8: 02: 15 AM)”
“I got spurs that gingle-gangle-gingle as I go riding merrily along...”
“Now, the bad news: The big fold-out spread makes the page order so gangle-futzed that it took FOUR re-readings for me to figure out the way the issue should be read.”
“So a whole gangle of people are going today to look at the first townhome on my list.”
“And it's a WOMAN; it ain't one of these darn gangle-leg cowgirls.”
“The other was a tall ridiculous outfit made up entire of bulgin 'breast and gangle laigs.”
“Why you gangle-legged bug-eyed soft-handed pop-eared tenderfoot, you! there are some things you never THINK of telling a man.”
“Why you gangle-legged bug-eyed soft-handed pop - eared tenderfoot, you! there are some things you never think of telling a man.”
“_ Yes, of course; those in that profession are not so inclined to gangle.”
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