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  • n. Plural form of gumball.


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  • The GumballMachine (still in Beta) features bouncing 'gumballs' that you click on to rate songs, movies, etc.

    We take Matchmine's content finder for a drive

  • I was the inventor of many sour products such as gumballs and licorice.

  • What happens to the judges, the PNACers, the lawyers, the corporate elite, and all other 'gumballs' in this disgusting sham of democracy and freedom?


  • One of the boys reached into the bag and pulled out a handful of gumballs, one for every color, and dropped them into my hands.

    Excerpt: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba

  • Choose classic styles with round or square heads or fun styles shaped like rocket ships or designed with clear stands to allow your customers to watch their gumballs traveling down to meet them!

    SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 115

  • But Joey T . . . man, they rushed him off in an ambulance with the gumballs flashing.

    Kings of Colorado

  • Remember the millions of free NutraSweet gumballs mailed to Americans in the mid-1980s in what was possibly the first viral marketing campaign?

    The Flex Diet

  • His machine was in the far corner, half-emptied of watermelon gumballs, next to a peace lily that had yellowed from lack of adequate watering.

    Talking Heads « A Fly in Amber

  • Does he dip snuff or something or have gumballs in his cheeks?

    Haley Barbour's big week sparks 2012 chatter

  • Let's say you bought this car, a Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon, with a 6.2-liter, 556-horsepower Corvette V8, six-speed manual transmission, magnetorheological dampers I'll get to that, Michelin SP2 gumballs, 15-inch front Brembo brakes with six-pot calipers, and microsuede wrapping on the steering wheel and shifter.

    Cadillac's Insane, Unnecessary, Awesome Wagon


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