- talkative; garrulous.
Origin of gabby
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Examples from the Web for gabby
The comparison prompted Kelly to release the terse statement: “Martha McSally is no Gabby Giffords.”The Battle Is On in Gabby Giffords’s Old District
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Critics of retired Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords call her anti-gun ads ‘mean.’Gabby Giffords and the Problem with ‘Inspiration Porn’
September 24, 2014
In 1908, Washington Senators catcher Gabby Street attempted to catch a ball being dropped from the top of the Washington Monument.Weird Washington Monument History
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“The brand is scaling,” said Gabby Cohen, the public-relations and marketing director at SoulCycle.SoulCycle Is a Booming Exercise Chain for the 1 Percent
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Beyonce and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy Carter is the next Gabby Douglas.The Internet's Unfair Attack on Beyonce's Baby Blue Ivy
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Then Gabby retired into the hominy and there was a silence if not a peace.
"Miss Rothermel is unselfish," said the mother, releasing Gabby from a final embrace.
When she was gone, I wouldn't have been in Gabby's place for a good deal.
She couldn't go into the nursery, where Gabby would probably be sent for punishment.
Gabby was always in parenthesis, but she was not quite forgotten.
- informal inclined to chatter; talkative
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Word Origin and History for gabby
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