10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «JABBERINGLY»
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A Pseudo-critic Unmasked in a Review of the Writings of E.S. ...
... him could be substantiated with abundant additional evidence if necessary,
quietly submits to the punishment inflicted upon him, and 'jabberingly sneaks
from my damning expositions behind the fraudulent shelter of a few Medical
Theodore Stout Bell, 1869
Chambers concise dictionary
□jabberingly adv. jabberwocky / d3ab3WDki/ >n nonsensical writing, speech or
behaviour. [19c: first coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in Through the
Looking Glass] jabot /'ijabou/ on a lace ruffle for a man's shirt front, especially ...
The Adventure Megapack: 25 Classic Adventure Stories
Utter weariness alone finally forced a lull and brought enough of the police-men
in the mob to their senses to enable White, with their help, to drive the reluctant
mob off and bear the remains back to Donebu, followed by a still jabberingly ...
Dorothy Quick, Robert E. Howard, William Hope Hodgson, 2012
A Cent a Story!: The Best from Ten Detective Aces
Gorgan was suddenly transfixed. His eyes bulged maniacally. A purplish cyanotic
color pervaded his flesh. His lips moved jabberingly but uttered no sound. A thin
trickle of blood coursed slowly down from his throat, from a minute hole directly ...
The Sick-a-Bed Lady: And Other Tales
"He's a Russian Jew—you can see that—and one of our big music people picked
him up over there a few months ago and brought him jabberingly to America. But
the invitation didn't seem to include the wife and baby—genius and family life ...
Eleanor Hallowell Abbott, 2012
Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary ...
Pray what are we the wiser forall theirjabbering ? Jabberingly, adv.(old: now
colloquial).—Indistinctly; nonsensically. Jabberment, stcbs.(old: now colloquial).
—Nonsense ; gibberish; Jabber (q.v.). 1645. Milton, Colasteriou [quoted in Enc.
The United Service Magazine
... jabberingly with one another. " Pray what are they saying, Mr. Rassam ?"
asked Mr. Ainsworth, who had his suspicions. ** They assert that the Giour Bey,
meaning yourself, has the myste* rious power of producing the squirt from the
plant by ...
Arthur William Alsager Pollock, 1846
99 Cent Adventure Time Stories The House of Kaa
His lips moved jabberingly but uttered no sound. A thin trickle of blood coursed
slowly down from his throat, from a minute hole directly above his jugular vein. A
tiny black hole—a dart-hole. Gruesomely, Maxie Gorgan fought against the ...
Chabers 21st Century Dictionary
jabberingly adverb. © 1 5c: imitating the sound jabberwocky /'d3ab3WDki/ o noun
nonsensical writing, speech or behaviour, especially when intended for comic
effect. © 19c: first coined by Lewis Carroll as the title of a poem in Through the ...
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His pit from the forceof theblow.The curved eyes bulged maniacally. A purplish
rows offangs bit into Wilkins' clothes. cyanotic color pervadedhisflesh. Hislips
They were not venomous but chewed into moved jabberingly but uttered