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gobbler

1

[ gob-ler ]

noun

  1. a male turkey.


gobbler

2

[ gob-ler ]

noun

  1. a person or thing that gobbles gobble or consumes voraciously or quickly:

    a gobbler of science fiction.

gobbler

/ ˈɡɒblə /

noun

  1. informal.
    a male turkey


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Word History and Origins

Origin of gobbler1

First recorded in 1730–40; gobble 2 + -er 1

Origin of gobbler2

First recorded in 1745–55; gobble 1 + -er 1

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Example Sentences

And after that, he started Gobbler, a cloud-based media service that aims to be a better DropBox.

I jumped to my feet for a snap-shot at the old gobbler which flew over me, making a clear miss.

Yesterday the old gobbler disappeared on a war expedition and did not return last night.

I started to throw clods and sticks at the colts to drive them away, and that started the turkey gobbler swearing at me.

The old gobbler has become expert at ascending the roof of the stable and not only does the trick with ease but puts frills on it.

You needn't tell me that there isn't something human about a gobbler that does such things as that.

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