adjective, gab·bi·er, gab·bi·est.
Related formsgab·bi·ness, noun
Definition for gabby (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for gabby
The comparison prompted Kelly to release the terse statement: “Martha McSally is no Gabby Giffords.”
Critics of retired Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords call her anti-gun ads ‘mean.’Gabby Giffords and the Problem with ‘Inspiration Porn’|Elizabeth Heideman|September 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 1908, Washington Senators catcher Gabby Street attempted to catch a ball being dropped from the top of the Washington Monument.
“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|Filipa Ioannou|July 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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|Allison Samuels|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Gabby's face was still un-hairy, but a little lined by the last few years of bucking the business line for a living.The Stars & Stripes, Vol 1, No 1, February 8, 1918|American Expeditionary Forces
When she was gone, I wouldn't have been in Gabby's place for a good deal.
A moment later Rollins called for Gabby Pete from the door of his room.The Radio Boys on the Mexican Border|Gerald Breckenridge
But Eliza was out of reach of his cries now, and Gabby, stubborn and wicked, would not open her lips.
Ah, Jay, that would be nice indeed, only I'm afraid Gabby and the two cousins wouldn't agree to it.