Definition of Gabfest

1. Noun. Light informal conversation for social occasions.




Definition of Gabfest

1. Noun. an occasion (such as a meeting) where people talk at length. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gabfest

1. an informal gathering for general talk [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gabfest

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gabel
gabeler
gabelers
gabelle
gabelled
gabeller
gabellers
gabelles
gaberdine
gaberdines
gabert
gaberts
gabexate
gabey
gabfest (current term)
gabfests
gabies
gabion
gabionade
gabionades
gabioned
gabionnade
gabionnades
gabions
gable
gable end
gable roof
gable roofs
gable wall

Literary usage of Gabfest

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1. The American Language: An Inquiry Into the Development of English in the by Henry Louis Mencken (1921)
"30, credits the first use of gabfest to the late Joseph S. McCullagh, ... gabfest was seized upon with hearty zest, and it is today very generally applied ..."

2. Bulletin by National Electric Light Association (1911)
"... during which time the members stretched their legs and "milled" around the hall, indulging in a merry gabfest and singing a number of popular songs, ..."

3. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1908)
""Before starting for the Anarchist gabfest, I dropped in there, and happened to find the city-hall men from the other papers. They were having a special ..."

4. The Unpopular History of the United States by Uncle Sam Himself as Recorded by Harris Dickson (1917)
"Just imagine what a gabfest the Congress and state legislatures must have had when to the vacillations and delays of Congress itself were added the ..."

5. The Career of a Journalist by William Salisbury (1908)
""Before starting for the anarchist gabfest, I dropped in there, and happened to find the City Hall men from the other papers. They were having a special ..."

6. The Career of a Journalist by William Salisbury (1908)
""Before starting for the anarchist gabfest, I dropped in there, and happened to find the City Hall men from the other papers. They were having a special ..."

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