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gabble - 6 dictionary results
gabble - examples of usage
- Nessa could gabble German quite as freely as I could; and once away from the capital, supplied with plenty of money as I was fortunately, we could try our luck and trust to fate.
- She had no ideas, except such as related intimately to herself, and she had no gabble, like Mela; and she let him talk. - "A Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth", William Dean Howells.
- And for myself, the thought of all that the Countess of Albany endured at the hands of Charles Edward awakens less pity, though pity mixed with indignation at the fate which humiliated her so deeply, and with shame for that deep humiliation, than that sudden cry with which she stops in the midst of the light- headed gabble about her miseries, and seems to start back ashamed as at the sight of her passion and tear- defiled face in a mirror: " What a cruel thing to expect one's happiness from the death of another! - "The Countess of Albany", Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee).