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gum·ball

 (gŭm′bôl′)
n.
1. A small ball of chewing gum with a colored sugar coating.
2. One of the round prickly fruits of a sweet gum tree.

gumball

(ˈɡʌmbɔːl)
n
a small ball of chewing gum with a coating of coloured sugar
Translations

gumball

[ˈgʌmbɔːl] (mainly US) nboule f de chewing-gum
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Through experience, Ben knew the gumballs in his gumball machine were hard, and hurt his teeth when he bit down.
Style De Garde headed the market and the excitement for the 2m contest and from an early stage all seemed to be going as expected as he bowled along in he lead, with only second favourite Gumball for company.
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After church--after asking Pastor Brad if we could get gumballs out of his office, and getting gumballs out of the machine in Pastor Brad's office, and Kyrie and friend Noah explaining how the gumball machine works--and getting the boots on, and taking the boots off to put the socks on, and then putting the boots on and then the coats and getting in the car and doing up the seat belts--we were finally on our way to the Burger King by Addy's house--not the one by the McDonald's but the one by Addy's house--for lunch.