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“Here's what Jordumb heard, as her facial gyrations made abundantly clear: "Technotronics is abba dabba dabba dobie wobie gibble gabble under the earth's gobbledygook.”
“As she was one day walking in the outward Court, ruminating on divers impending Occurrences, she saw some Gypsies enter the Gates, who presently approaching, addressed her with their gibble − gabble Cant after their accustomed manner; but she took one of them aside, as if to hear her”
“He needed to be away from the watchful eyes, the endless gibble-gabble, the tiresome matchmaking games.”
“Church, when tottering and emblustricated with the gibble-gabble gibberish of this odious error and heresy, is homocentrically poised.”
“Well, it's simple, really: "Gink is a fun made-up word, combining the words gibble and spink, both of which are also made up.”
“Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong by Pierre Bayard: Ceridwen notes: I just read the book and enjoyed it, even the gibble-gabble part about the intermediate world where readers and author meet with the ...”
“We see Jamie Foxx doing a good job acting like a schizophrenic, with ups and downs and weird reactions and flashes of genius mixed with gibble-gabble.”
“Once again, I deplore the all too widespread idea that language should be made uniform; how can anyone resist terms like "gibble-fisted" and "daft as a dicky-docket"?”
“Among thousands of regional variations, Ellis noted 88 different words for left-handed, ranging from "gibble-fisted" to "squivver-handed"; while someone silly might be "hatchy",”
“Partridge aimed at a historical dictionary of all English slang from the beginning of gibble-gabble, and nothing becomes obsolete quicker than slang.”
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