gobbet definition

  • noun:
    • a bit or amount, especially of raw animal meat.
    • A piece or chunk, specifically of natural beef.
    • somewhat or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of useful information.
    • A small amount of fluid; a drop.
    • a quantity of fluid, usually in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or amount of something, specially of natural animal meat
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), provided as a context for analysis, translation or conversation in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a little piece.
    • somewhat or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of helpful information.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • handful of liquid; a drop.
    • A block of stone.
    • a quantity of liquid, usually in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or amount of one thing, specially of natural animal meat
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), supplied as a context for analysis, interpretation or discussion in an examination.
    • a lump or chunk of natural beef
    • A mouthful; a lump; a small piece.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; apart; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of stone.
    • a lump or chunk of raw meat
    • A piece or chunk, especially of raw beef.
    • slightly or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of of use information.
    • an item or chunk, particularly of natural beef.
    • A small amount of liquid; a drop.
    • somewhat or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of of use information.
    • an item or chunk, especially of natural beef.
    • quite or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of helpful information.
    • a tiny bit of liquid; a drop.
    • A small amount of fluid; a drop.
    • a quantity of fluid, often in a sticky blotch
    • a quantity of liquid, often in a sticky blotch
    • a bit or chunk, especially of raw meat.
    • a lump or amount of anything, specifically of natural meat
    • a lump or amount of something, specially of raw meat
    • quite or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of of good use information.
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), offered as a context for analysis, interpretation or conversation in an examination.
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), provided as a context for analysis, interpretation or discussion in an examination.
    • handful of liquid; a drop.
    • a quantity of liquid, often in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or chunk of something, particularly of natural beef
    • A mouthful; a lump; a tiny piece.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a little piece.
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), supplied as a context for analysis, translation or conversation in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of stone.
    • A block of stone.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a tiny piece.
    • a lump or amount of natural beef
    • a lump or chunk of raw animal meat
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; apart; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of rock.
    • a lump or amount of natural beef
    • a quantity of fluid, frequently in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or amount of anything, specifically of natural beef
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), supplied as a context for analysis, translation or discussion in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a tiny piece.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of rock.
    • a lump or chunk of raw beef
    • an item or amount, specially of natural meat.
    • quite or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of helpful information.
    • handful of fluid; a drop.
    • a quantity of liquid, often in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or chunk of something, particularly of natural meat
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), provided as a context for evaluation, translation or conversation in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a small piece.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of stone.
    • a lump or chunk of natural meat
    • A piece or amount, specially of natural beef.
    • a little or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of useful information.
    • an item or chunk, especially of natural animal meat.
    • an item or amount, specifically of natural meat.
    • quite or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of useful information.
    • slightly or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of useful information.
    • handful of liquid; a drop.
    • a bit or amount, specifically of natural beef.
    • a tiny bit of liquid; a drop.
    • A small amount of fluid; a drop.
    • a quantity of fluid, usually in a sticky blotch
    • a little or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of of use information.
    • a quantity of fluid, frequently in a sticky blotch
    • A piece or chunk, particularly of raw beef.
    • A piece or amount, specifically of raw animal meat.
    • a lump or amount of anything, especially of raw beef
    • A bit or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of helpful information.
    • somewhat or morsel: a diary containing gobbets of of use information.
    • handful of liquid; a drop.
    • a lump or chunk of some thing, particularly of raw animal meat
    • handful of fluid; a drop.
    • handful of liquid; a drop.
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), supplied as a context for evaluation, translation or conversation in an examination.
    • a quantity of fluid, often in a sticky blotch
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), offered as a context for evaluation, translation or discussion in an examination.
    • a quantity of liquid, usually in a sticky blotch
    • a quantity of fluid, often in a sticky blotch
    • a lump or amount of some thing, specifically of natural animal meat
    • a lump or chunk of something, especially of raw meat
    • A mouthful; a lump; a small piece.
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), offered as a context for evaluation, interpretation or conversation in an examination.
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), supplied as a context for analysis, translation or conversation in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a little piece.
    • a quantity of liquid, usually in a sticky blotch
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • a lump or chunk of something, specifically of raw beef
    • A mouthful; a lump; a little piece.
    • A block of stone.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; apart; a fragment; apiece.
    • an extract of text, or picture (especially a quotation), provided as a context for analysis, translation or discussion in an examination.
    • a lump or chunk of something, particularly of raw animal meat
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • an extract of text, or image (especially a quotation), offered as a context for analysis, interpretation or discussion in an examination.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a small piece.
    • a lump or chunk of raw meat
    • A block of rock.
    • A block of stone.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a tiny piece.
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; aside; a fragment; apiece.
    • A block of stone.
    • a lump or amount of natural beef
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; apart; a fragment; apiece.
    • A mouthful; a lump; a tiny piece.
    • A block of stone.
    • a lump or chunk of raw animal meat
    • A mouthful; a morsel; a lump; apart; a fragment; apiece.
    • a lump or amount of natural beef
    • A block of stone.
    • a lump or chunk of natural animal meat
    • a lump or chunk of natural animal meat
  • verb:
    • To splash with small levels of fluid; to spatter.
    • To take greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To splash with small levels of fluid; to spatter.
    • To take greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To splash with tiny levels of liquid; to spatter.
    • To splash with little degrees of fluid; to spatter.
    • To ingest greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To splash with small levels of fluid; to spatter.
    • To ingest greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To splash with small quantities of fluid; to spatter.
    • To swallow greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To splash with little quantities of fluid; to spatter.
    • To take greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To splash with little degrees of fluid; to spatter.
    • To splash with little quantities of fluid; to spatter.
    • To swallow greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To ingest greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To splash with tiny degrees of fluid; to spatter.
    • To splash with tiny quantities of liquid; to spatter.
    • To swallow greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To ingest greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To splash with small quantities of fluid; to spatter.
    • To ingest greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To splash with little degrees of liquid; to spatter.
    • To ingest greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To swallow greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To swallow greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To ingest greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To swallow greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To swallow greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To ingest greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to ingest in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
    • To take greedily; to take in gobbets.
    • To swallow greedily; to take in gobbets.
  • others:
    • To swallow in big public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).
    • To take in huge masses or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (seafood).
    • To ingest in huge public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To swallow in large public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).
    • To gut (fish).
    • To take in big public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (seafood).
    • To take in big masses or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (seafood).
    • To swallow in big public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (seafood).
    • To swallow in large masses or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).
    • To ingest in big public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To ingest in big public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).
    • To gut (fish).
    • To take in big masses or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).
    • To swallow in large masses or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (seafood).
    • To ingest in large public or mouthfuls; gobble.
    • To gut (fish).

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