Definition of 'gobby'
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The gobby star boasted to listeners he necks pints a day. The Sun (2008)The gobby singer posted an apology on her website after her interview gaffe. The Sun (2011)The gobby singer has been riding the showbiz carousel like the fairground is about to shut down. The Sun (2014)He's a bit gobby like him too. The Sun (2012)We all get quite gobby; some quite nasty things get said. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And that was before a certain British singer began getting gobby about them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I just tend to get a bit gobby. The Sun (2015)And where's his gobby wife? Times, Sunday Times (2011)I was a gobby little s***. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said: 'I was always a bit gobby. The Sun (2006)Don't get gobby if you're puny or outnumbered. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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