gab definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To talk idly or incessantly, as about insignificant issues.
    • To deceive; to lie.
    • To talk idly; to prate; to chatter.
    • To talk idly or incessantly, as about trivial things.
    • To deceive; to rest.
    • To talk idly; to prate; to chatter.
    • To chat idly or incessantly, as about trivial things.
    • To chat idly or incessantly, as about insignificant issues.
    • To deceive; to lay.
    • To talk idly; to prate; to chatter.
    • To deceive; to lie.
    • To talk idly; to prate; to chatter.
  • noun:
    • Idle talk; chatter.
    • idle chatter
    • mouth as gob
    • The hook on the end of an eccentric pole opposite the strap. See. Illust. of eccentric.
    • The mouth; ergo, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness.
    • Idle talk; chatter; loquacity.
    • The mouth.
    • A hook or crook; especially, the hook on an eccentricrod which engages the wrist from the rock-shaft lever of a valve-motion.
    • A jest; laugh; mock; some pleasantry.
    • Same as gaub.
    • light casual discussion for personal events
    • Idle talk; chatter.
    • idle chatter
    • mouth as gob
    • The hook on the end of an eccentric rod opposite the strap. See. Illust. of eccentric.
    • The mouth; hence, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness.
    • Idle talk; chatter.
    • Idle talk; chatter.
    • Idle talk; chatter; loquacity.
    • The lips.
    • idle chatter
    • mouth as gob
    • A hook or crook; particularly, the hook on an eccentricrod which engages the wrist in the rock-shaft lever of a valve-motion.
    • A jest; laugh; mock; some pleasantry.
    • The hook regarding the end of an eccentric pole opposite the strap. See. Illust. of eccentric.
    • The lips; thus, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness.
    • Idle talk; chatter; loquacity.
    • The mouth.
    • A hook or crook; especially, the hook on an eccentricrod which activates the wrist on rock-shaft lever of a valve-motion.
    • A jest; laugh; mock; some pleasantry.
    • Same as gaub.
    • light informal conversation for personal occasions
    • idle chatter
    • just like gaub.
    • lips as gob
    • light casual conversation for personal events
    • The hook on end of an eccentric rod opposite the band. See. Illust. of eccentric.
    • The lips; therefore, idle prate; chatter; unmeaning talk; loquaciousness.
    • Idle talk; chatter; loquacity.
    • The lips.
    • A hook or crook; especially, the hook on an eccentricrod which activates the wrist from the rock-shaft lever of a valve-motion.
    • A jest; laugh; mock; a bit of pleasantry.
    • Same as gaub.
    • light informal discussion for social occasions
  • verb:
    • To jest; to inform is based on jest; exaggerate; lie.
    • To chat or chatter a great deal, often on insignificant topics.
    • To speak or inform falsely.
    • talk abundantly
    • To jest; to inform lies in jest; exaggerate; rest.
    • To chat or chatter a great deal, usually on trivial topics.
    • To speak or tell falsely.
    • To jest; to share with lies in jest; exaggerate; lie.
    • To talk or chatter lots, generally on insignificant topics.
    • To speak or tell falsely.
    • talk abundantly
    • talk abundantly
    • To jest; to tell lies in jest; exaggerate; lay.
    • To talk or chatter plenty, typically on trivial subjects.
    • To talk or tell falsely.
    • talk amply
  • others:
    • To jest; rest in jest; speak with exaggeration; lie.
    • To chat idly; talk a lot; chatter; prate.
    • To talk or tell falsely.
    • To project like a tusk.
    • To jest; lie in jest; speak with exaggeration; lie.
    • To chat idly; talk much; chatter; prate.
    • To talk or inform falsely.
    • To project like a tusk.
    • To jest; rest in jest; consult exaggeration; lie.
    • To talk idly; talk a lot; chatter; prate.
    • To talk or tell falsely.
    • To project like a tusk.
    • To jest; lay in jest; consult exaggeration; lie.
    • To chat idly; talk a great deal; chatter; prate.
    • To speak or tell falsely.
    • To project like a tusk.

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