Definition of Jabbled
1. jabble [v] - See also: jabble
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Literary usage of Jabbled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1896)
"I joggled ma arm comin' doon the steps and jabbled (spilt) the cream. Noo then yer tea's ready, just reach to and help ..."
2. Wild Western Scenes--Second Series: The War-path: A Narrative of Adventures by John Beauchamp Jones (1859)
"She jabbled like a whole flock of parroquets. She was always a famous scold, and the Indians dislike scolding wives as much as white men do." " Do they ? ..."
3. Wild Western Scenes.--Second Series: The War-path : a Narrative of by John Beauchamp Jones (1860)
"It'd've kept two or three interpreters busy to translate her words. She jabbled like a whole flock of ..."
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