Definition of Gaggling

1. Verb. (present participle of gaggle) ¹



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Definition of Gaggling

1. gaggle [v] - See also: gaggle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaggling

gageite
gager
gagers
gages
gagged
gagger
gaggers
gagging
gagging order
gagging orders
gaggings
gaggle
gaggled
gaggles
gaggling (current term)
gagglings
gaging
gagless
gagman
gagmeister
gagmeisters
gagmen
gags
gagster
gagsters
gagtooth
gagworthy
gagwriter
gah

Literary usage of Gaggling

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1. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1857)
"... in his " Nature's Secrets," says that when geese " make a gaggling in the air more than usual. or seem to fight, being over greedy at their meat, ..."

2. The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall, in the by Shuttleworth family, John Harland (1857)
"... in his " Nature's Secrets," says that when geese " make a gaggling in the air more than usual, or seem to fight, being over greedy at their meat, ..."

3. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... the noise whereof cometh no sooner to their ears than they fall to gaggling, and hasten to go with him. If it happen that the gates be not yet open, ..."

4. Chronicle and Romance: Froissart, Malory, Holinshed ; with Introductions by Jean Froissart, Thomas Malory, William Harrison (1910)
"... the noise whereof cometh no sooner to their ears than they fall to gaggling, and hasten to go with him. If it happen that the gates be not yet open, ..."

5. Faiths and Folklore: A Dictionary of National Beliefs, Superstitions and by William Carew Hazlitt (1905)
"Sea-mews, early in the morning making a gaggling more than ordinary, foretoken stormy and blustering weather." ' This superstition was entertained in ..."

6. A History of British Birds by William Yarrell, Alfred Newton, Howard Saunders (1884)
"croaks; then the hundreds of necks rise at once to the full extent, every bird gaggling its loudest, as they walk obliquely away, looking back over their ..."

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