gob gob  /ˈɡɑb/


  1. (n) a man who serves as a sailor
  2. (n) a lump of slimy stuff
  3. (n) informal terms for the mouth



  1. Of one breezy gob she becomes enamoured and over her he starts a free-for-all fight.
  2. It packed the same gob-smacking wallop as her arrival on the GOP ticket.
  3. And it has become plainly obvious that Joe Klein doesn't know anything at all, he just runs his gob at full tilt until he gets a ping back from the National Review.


  1. Prairie view: It’s prime time for a walk on the wild side

    Prairie State Park naturalist Dana Hoisington knelt on a path and, his face just inches from a patch of a plant called horse nettle, examined a gob of spit. Or so it seemed.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Joplin Globe

  2. The 'Arrested Development' fighting game we must play

    It's a GOB versus Tobias smackdown in an imaginary game that's "Arrested Development" meets Street Fighter. Originally posted at Crave
    on June 13, 2013     Source: CNET

  3. What others say: Military assaults

    Sexual assault in the military is a crime. Cluelessness should be, too. Then, perhaps, the gaggle of gob-smacked military...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Deseret News


  1. "He's gone away from the game and not talked about much and worked on his game, got better at the areas where he probably let himself down and went away and worked at it," Pietersen added. "Matty didn't gob off to anybody and said he'd been...
    on Sep 4, 2008 By: Kevin Pietersen Source: Sportinglife.co.za

  2. In typically forthright comments, Mr Ramsay says: "I am upset with him. When I looked at his Duchy food I was gob-smacked, amazed and dumbfounded at what I discovered. Why would anyone pay that much money for one of his pies? I tried them. Just...
    on Oct 3, 2008 By: Gordon Ramsay Source: Telegraph.co.uk

  3. "When you're in your early 20s and full as a boot, it's pretty easy to throw something in your gob before you even have any guilt," said Geyer. "It has been more than a decade since I have touched another drug - and I never will again. Let's...
    on Mar 11, 2008 By: Mark Geyer Source: The Age

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