Gobbet

A Gobbet, derived from the Old French gober (to swallow) and etymologically related to gobble (to eat quickly), is a small chunk of meat, roughly the size of a mouthful. It is borrowed in modern use to indicate the concept of a small chunk, e.g.: gobbets of text, gobbets of information. In the study of history and classics, gobbet often refers to ...
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gobbet

[n] - a lump or chunk of raw meat
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Gobbet

• (n.) A mouthful; a lump; a small piece. • (v. t.) To swallow greedily; to swallow in gobbets.
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gobbet

noun a lump or chunk of raw meat
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Gobbet

Gob'bet noun [ Middle English & French gobet . See 2d Gob .] A mouthful; a lump; a small piece. Spenser. « [ He] had broken the stocks to small gobbets Wyclif.
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Gobbet

Gob'bet transitive verb To swallow greedily; to swallow in gobbets. [ Low] L'Estrange.
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