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use "garble" in a sentence

208) Having been publicly caught, Underdunk and Garble agree to stop harassing Freddy.

Though a mighty pirate by his own account, it is a running joke throughout the games for characters to garble Guybrush Threepwood's unusual name, either deliberately or accidentally, including "Thriftweed",
arrow, with Loogie acting as his second pair of eyes.

My lord Yvain did not gape at this strange spectacle, but took counsel with himself as to which of the two he should aid.

Colin could only gape in horror at the sight that confronted him.

Suddenly this hexagram looks to me like the gape of a squawking fledgling! Bait fishing where the gape of the hook does not exceed 9 mm, the breaking strain of the line does not exceed 4-6 kg and the maximum length of the rod does not exceed 2-75 m, provided that this method is not used for night fishing.

Sedge warblers chatter away as they rise into the air and parachute back down in a specific display flight; look out for the distinctive cream supercillium and bright red gape.

passerine (or perching) birds all gape with their beaks wide open, enabling their parents to push food right down the back of their throats.

Lynn gape The Bahamas N.T.

what really frustrates me are the delays caused by so-called 'rubber neckers' who slow down almost to a standstill to gape at the result of accidents and possible tragedy on the opposite carriageway.

Massed puffins or gannets are fantastic, so is the black, glossed with green plumage of a shag a few metres away with its bright yellow gape and that rather stupid recurved tuft.

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