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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of gab.


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  • In India they met with the president, rode in rickshaws, and bantered with reporters Sergey gabbed about his desire to see monkeys on the street.

    In the Plex

  • Unlike the final round at Firestone Country Club last Sunday, when the two barely spoke to each other after leaving the first tee — "I think he said I have a Titleist (ball), and I said I have a Nike, good luck today, and that's pretty much it," Woods said — the two gabbed away all the way through Thursday's first round.

    Woods, Harrington can't seem to escape each other

  • Or "Dude who totally hooked up with Joan and gabbed too much about it"?

    A 'Mad Men' star sneaks onto 'Today'

  • We gabbed comfortably about work, her husband, and Craigslist like two gals at a hair salon.

    Chocolate & Vicodin

  • The gangster gabbed about bribing a congressman and his opium smuggling business, which along with his other revelations could have put him back in prison.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • She said she and her married friends had gabbed about it all the time.

    My Fertility Crisis

  • They gabbed about their crushes on Justin Bieber, how much they love Hannah Montana and their jealousy of Justin Bieber's girlfriend, Selena Gomez.

    Lili Boyle: An American Girl in Cuba

  • TV Guide Magazine gabbed with Weitz to get the lowdown on Zacchara's return and what's next for the manic mad man.

    Bruce Weitz Returns to General Hospital as Mobster Anthony Zacchara

  • We'd been there 3 minutes when we were introduced to Dr. Melfi, Lorraine Bracco, who, in person, was so gorgeous and down-to-earth friendly, I got light-headed looking at her while she gabbed with my wife.

    Binky Philips: I Crack Wise With The Sopranos, My Dad Does Not With The Real Deal

  • Like that time your cool new friends from college visited and your mom gabbed on about what a nerd you were in high school, Senate Democrats will attempt to highlight the GOP moderates' distance from their own party by forcing a vote on Paul Ryan's hyper-conservative budget.

    HUFFPOST HILL - Senators Behaving Badly


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