gobby


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gobby

(ˈɡɒbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
informal loudmouthed and offensive
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A slimy, gobby shellfish which civilization gives men the
I think what made her so loveable is that we've all had a Vera in our lives, that gobby northern woman who rules the roost but has a heart of gold.
Used to be just us gobby, grubby types lobbing it around, but now I see even the gorgeous Holly Willoughby f-ing her way through an interview.
Jennifer Gobby | PhD Candidate | McGill University, Economics for the Anthropocene partnership
She was a gobby cow - she was so cheeky, but you just couldn't tell her off, it was impossible.
I've always craved the support of whiny, gobby, foul-mouthed, dimwit D-list has-beens" - TV's Piers Morgan hits back at singer Charlotte Church, who denounced him as a "heinous human being".
The TV brainbox refuses to go down the gobby Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes route, saying: "It suits Ricky because he doesn't care what people think and that's what makes him so brilliant.
IN 1956 on a blitzed piece of land near Lord Street, a pin-striped spiv named Gobby - a leftover from post-war rationing days - stood amid the rubble, reciting his surreal spiel with his wares spread out on a green canvas blanket.
In this final episode, gobby Germaine (the character based on Caitlin), is overjoyed to hear that the object of her desires, Lee, has split up with his girlfriend Cathy.
By putting gobby teenager Krystal Weedon, (Abigail Lawrie) centre stage, the story has found both its heart and a new star.
Alesha said: "Simon told me he likes the fact I am gobby but I am trying to not be so gobby in my 30s.
Meanwhile, actress Wendi Peters tells us about returning to Corrie as gobby Cilla Battersby-Brown and you'll be in stitches during the Great British Sewing Bee.