Definitions

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  • adj. Marked by the presence of gobs (lumps).
  • adj. Talkative: inclined to talk much; inclined to shoot one's mouth off.
  • n. An act of fellatio.

Etymologies

From gob (lump) + b + -y. (Wiktionary)
From gob (mouth) + b + -y. The meaning "inclined to talk" is probably related to gabby. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The word was eventually anglicanized to "gobby" which means someone who is gullible or foolish to come watch the washing the lions at the Tower of London.

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  • "I've done nothing political at all," she says, but describes herself as "gobby" and well able to put across her views.

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  • "gobby" fearlessness and unintentionally hilarious remarks caught the public's attention.

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  • not in my boys case! he's 3 and when the vet checked him last week his wolf teeth hadn't come through and he suggested if he got 'gobby' in the contact in the next 6 months then that would indicate they had come through and to get them removed.

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  • I shall still be a gobby Scouse woman who likes reading and drinking gin.

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  • Hence gobby, disruptive Joanna Riley stayed last week, while relatively quiet Joy Stefanicki went.

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  • And Graham's gobby Welsh lass is national treasure Charlotte Church.

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  • Lippy Kids is the story I think of Garvey reminiscing about gobby youngsters swaggering around a northwestern estate with "simian strolls" as the ghost of Garvey past implores them to remember that these are the days of their lives.

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  • On first viewing, the participants didn't look promising – gobby, spaced-out, bizarre – and that was just the teachers.

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  • Much imaginative capering ensues as our stroppy young heroine comes of age through the time-honoured route of folly, emergency driving lessons and sexual awakening at the hands of Robert Sheehan the gobby Irish one from Misfits, who plays snoggable townie borrower Spiller as a tearaway in a red biker jacket.

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