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How to use gob in a sentence
The barraca managers and ambulantes are simpatico in their daylong quest to pocket gobs of hard-earned money.The Girl From Ipanema Is Not Alone: Rio’s Famous Beach Is A Rich, Cultural Kaleidoscope|Brandon Presser|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Conservative evangelicalism is losing millennials in gobs, and the World Vision fallout is sure to only accelerate the fallout.
But surely many of those who took gobs of HGH eventually will pay something to the piper.Where Were the Doctors to Testify at Roger Clemens’s Perjury Trial?|Kent Sepkowitz|June 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No doubt Bush's book will sell gobs of copies; most presidential memoirs do.
When Phase Two landed with a thud, I swore—great gobs of us swore—never to day trade again.
And the amazing man drew out of his torn flapping furs the gobs of meat he had cut from the dead bear.
So with our bone knives we hacked off gobs of the still warm flesh, covered with great layers of fat.
The rain had soaked our lunch as well as us and we threw it away in gobs; we counted on supper in Green Valley.Pluck on the Long Trail|Edwin L. Sabin
The trunk of the larger was deeply scored with scratches dripping viscid gobs of sap, a sap which was a bright froth of scarlet.Storm Over Warlock|Andre Norton
We'll go aboard with his party not as officers, but as gobs.Dave Dawson at Truk|Robert Sydney Bowen
British Dictionary definitions for gob (1 of 3)
- waste material such as clay, shale, etc
- a worked-out area in a mine often packed with this