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- adj. difficult to understand because it has been distorted; scrambled
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of garble.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking orderly continuity
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Any VoIP packet out of sequence results in garbled transmissions.
It seems that Valvasor made the logical (but incorrect) assumption that Lintvern (which is a garbled form of the German word Lindwurm, meaning dragon) was so named because it was the source of olms (which were fancifully regarded as dragon larvae at the time).
So how does Hansbrough feel about having his name garbled so often.
Either that, or the meaning of the phrase was garbled by the time it reached Homer.
The resettlement process was still agonizingly slow in Magude in the mid-1990s, but naming memoriesnot "garbled" at allwere serving the generation of interviewees rather well.
As the remaining chapters of this book demonstrate, the women I met and worked with in Magude did not have vacant or "garbled" memories.
My first post was kind of garbled because of my unfamiliarity with XHTML coding.
It is not clear whether she sold the product in the green bean, roasted, "garbled" (ground), or
Has any authority cited been "garbled," so that quotation conveys an impression inconsistent with the general tenor of a writer's views?
However, the official said, this reporting later turned out to be "garbled" and it was determined that the threat probably was a washout.
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