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How to use gubbins in a sentence
They champed as their nature was;—Klale like a hungry gentleman,—Gubbins like a hungry clodhopper,—Antipodes like a lubberly oaf.Mount Rainier|Various
Mr. Gubbins, a diligent man of business, was much inconvenienced by a London fog.Amusements in Mathematics|Henry Ernest Dudeney
Dan Gubbins ran with his mouth wide open and fear expressed unmistakably in his rugged features.
Thats it, said Dan Gubbins, nodding, and wiping his moist forehead with the back of a hairy hand.
Matilda her cousin married a Gubbins, and her sister Amelia a Clutterbuck.The Works of Charles Lamb in Four Volumes, Volume 4|Charles Lamb