- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gobble.
“I'm surprised that you didn't hear any gobbles from the roost @ sunrise.”
“In calm weather you can hear gobbles from a long way off.”
“Get out there early and listen for gobbles from the roost.”
“Just before sunrise, an eruption of gobbles from the nearby roost confirmed the accuracy of my scouting.”
“I also made my way there, and heard 'gobbles' resounding in every direction; Master Gringalet had fallen in with a council of turkeys. ”
“Yes | No | Report from Elmer Fudd wrote 36 weeks 6 days ago yelp! yelp! hundred gobbles, invisible bird”
“Amazon gobbles up iPhone e-book reader app Stanza.”
“In itself, this observation would be unremarkable—the army gobbles up more than double the federal outlays for health and education combined—if it didn't shade into a peculiar adoption of much of the army's worldview as his own.”
“Selling merchandise gobbles up miles without opening up more airline seats or hotel rooms for award.”
“While I don't use a trail cam, I've faced the same question throughout the year with information in general, scrapes, sightings, gobbles, a hole full of trout, etc.”
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