- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of garble.
“For that matter, why do you think that severing the CC "garbles" signals?”
“Quiet and intense, he speaks in a halting manner, sometimes garbles his sentences and lacks a smooth personal touch.”
“Cowen garbles it a bit, but he seems to get around to understanding that if this system was left to evolve as-is, it would end up at “everyone will receive means-tested subsidized vouchers for regulated private insurance”.”
“Happy Mondays – Do It Better Mr Manshambles himself, Shaun William Ryder, garbles a long list of some things or other, but I was too busy doing a Bez to notice.”
“In 2006 Granholm got some experience debating a person (Dick DeVos) who garbles sentences and spewing right wing talking points, so she will be a good coach in this regard.”
“Sorry, that sounds like the stuff of the slot I find most irritating of all on any radio station I've ever listened to, Lesley Garret's Sixty Second Opera on Classic FM, wherein she garbles an entire operatic plot in the alloted time proving perhaps in fact that there really is no need to sit through three hours of it?”
“In fact, she garbles the basic distinction between climate and weather -- climate science 101, essentially.”
“But Harris also garbles Palin's likely religious beliefs, under the rubric that all religion is suspect.”
“In attempting to explain what the Daily Kos set was emulating in their style of politics, he garbles the truth fairly badly by assuming that the Kossacks were trying to act like Karl Rove.”
“And that Olbermann has some nerve knocking McCain whe he Obermann flubs and garbles every sentence he wanders into and struggles to find a way out of.”
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