Definition of Gabfests

1. Noun. (plural of gabfest) ¹



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Definition of Gabfests

1. gabfest [n] - See also: gabfest

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gabfests

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

Literary usage of Gabfests

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1. One America Indivisible: A National Conversation on American Pluralism and by Sheldon Hackney (1999)
"Electronic gabfests are an inescapable feature of our public lives. Don't they already cover all the topics of our civil discontent? ..."

2. Report on the Colorado Strike by George P. West (1915)
"Since the close of the great strike many "gabfests" have been held, in which the managers have been told a "square deal" must be given in the future. ..."

3. My Quarter Century of American Politics by Champ Clark (1920)
"... sometimes that every anecdote told since Adam first opened his wondering eyes upon the glories of Eden has been repeated in these cloak-room "gabfests. ..."

4. A Departure from the Script: A Novel by Rochelle Hollander Schwab (2002)
"Our kids had long since outgrown the weekly play group we'd started for them, but the four of us had kept up with each other at our lunchtime gabfests ever ..."

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