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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flob.
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But in defence of Richards we must surely enter that the fan had "flobbed" at him twice, while he was trying to concentrate on playing the guitar, once hitting him full in the face.
He coughed up a massive grolly out of the back of his neck and flobbed it into the water.
Nick made us some strong coffee and we flobbed in our Rekindlers 'chairs savouring the quiet greenness!!