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- n. Dated form of blubber.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A bubble; blubber.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as blubber.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The writing of some folk is nothing but a froth of words -- lucky if it glistens without, like a blobber of iridescent foam.
Spaniard, I think, an obscure jobber at the Bourse, whose sensual, blobber-lipped mouth is so disquieting.
DobermanDiva - 3 / 27 / 2009 2: 35: 27 PM blobber i am use to taking it from guys with 10 inches more than you!
Now GB be careful-that is the type of interplay that blobber lives for.
I wonder if I’m a purged & disaffected wine blobber now?
“Vat! you begin to gry and blobber like a shild? you vood marry, vood you? and noting vood do for you but a vife vid monny — ha, ha — but you vere de pigeon, and she was de grow.
"Dad-burn blobber of snow hit me right smack on the crown from that elm out there.
I would also like to correct you blobber .. newestblobber - 3 / 26 / 2009 5: 35: 47 PM I wish I could be old, fat, and break out 8-ball at Rocklahomo while I tit fuck somebody's mom pretending I'm young again.
"If they don't give me anything more than a sheet," shrilled the hag, twisting her blobber-lip, "I'll tell them to keep it for themselves.
"Either get orders from him, or go home and leave me in holy peace, you band of braying jackasses, you mob of blobber-lipped Barbary apes, you pack of doltish, droiling, doddered joltheads!