gobbler

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gob·bler

 (gŏb′lər)
n.
A male turkey.

gobbler

(ˈɡɒblə)
n
(Zoology) informal a male turkey

gob•bler1

(ˈgɒb lər)

n.
a male turkey.
[1730–40]

gob•bler2

(ˈgɒb lər)

n.
one who consumes voraciously.
[1745–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gobbler - a hasty eater who swallows large mouthfuls
eater, feeder - someone who consumes food for nourishment
2.gobbler - male turkeygobbler - male turkey        
Meleagris gallopavo, turkey - large gallinaceous bird with fan-shaped tail; widely domesticated for food
Translations

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References in classic literature ?
One day, about a week before one of these feasts, he met the Supreme Gobbler, who said:
The Supreme Gobbler eyed him for a moment in silence; then he said:
With this significant remark the Supreme Gobbler left him, and thenceforward the Pious Person dreamed of himself as white meat and dark until rudely awakened by decapitation.
“Well done, a gobbler,” be cried, jumping up and affecting to embrace his bird; “I tell ‘em to poss-up, and you see ‘em dodge.
come and behold the prospect of skirting Ishmael; come and look nature boldly in the face, and not go sneaking any longer, among the prairie grass and mullein tops, like a gobbler nibbling for grasshoppers."
He was always trying to ride the colts before they were broken, teasing the turkey gobbler, seeing just how much red the bull would stand for, or how sharp the new axe was.
If you hunt spring gobblers long enough you will certainly face bad weather at some point.
Gobblers may take their sweet time responding to a call, perhaps hours, and then sneak in unexpectedly.
Then I called-in Eastern gobblers in the rolling hills of Kansas, and stalked gobblers along the Platte River in Nebraska.
Almost twenty years on the nose after that first hunt, I'd come a long way to end up in a blind with Rick Ferlita to chase Florida eastern gobblers near Blountstown.
As first light approached, the gobblers behind us descended and began to make their way toward a few hens that were yelping in a nearby field.
She's now become addicted and has taken a number of big gobblers with one of my 3-inch 12-gauge guns.