Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gob.

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Examples

  • When Giggs was, supposedly, the squeaky-clean family man © the Sun so beloved of his sponsors, there were still among his fans lazy good-for-nothings who gobbed and swore and sang dubious chants.

    All this talk of fallen heroes is such rot. Having an affair is not a crime | Rachel Cooke

  • Rest assured, I snorted derisively when that prat gobbed off on stage.

    The stupidity of youth

  • To my horror, he gobbed a long stream of spit onto the top of the can, rubbed it in with the palm of his filthy hand, and popped the top, handing it back to me with a proud smile.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • To my horror, he gobbed a long stream of spit onto the top of the can, rubbed it in with the palm of his filthy hand, and popped the top, handing it back to me with a proud smile.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • To my horror, he gobbed a long stream of spit onto the top of the can, rubbed it in with the palm of his filthy hand, and popped the top, handing it back to me with a proud smile.

    EVENING’S EMPIRE

  • Alois: The big-eyed big-gobbed Rita Tushingham first came to our attention in A Taste of Honey (another Richardson sixties triumph), and then The Knack, with the infinitely watchable Ray Brooks, and a bit part at the beginning and end of Doctor Zhivago.

    Hero of the Light Brigade

  • The man smiles and steps closer to admire the cookies, iced liberally and gobbed—some to the max—with multi-colored sprinkles.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: True Love

  • The man smiles and steps closer to admire the cookies, iced liberally and gobbed—some to the max—with multi-colored sprinkles.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: True Love

  • But like jello, the CW quickly solidifies, then gets gobbed right up.

    Conventional Wisdom

  • Am I like one of those big-gobbed whales that hoover up the plankton as they unconsciously swim through it?

    From The Archive: Turn Your Computer Off, Now

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