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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgobblegob‧ble /ˈɡɒbəl $ ˈɡɑː-/ verb informal  1 (also gobble up/down) [intransitive, transitive]EAT to eat something very quickly, especially in an impolite or greedy way syn wolf Don’t gobble your food! She gobbled down her lunch.2 [intransitive]HBB to make a sound like a turkeygobble noun [countable] gobble sth↔ up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
gobbleI heard wild turkeys gobbling and saw white-tailed deer.For three mornings I watched her gobble eggs.The big fish, seeing the little one there, glides into the basket to gobble him up.We gobbled up all of the cake in one evening.Housing costs gobble up almost half of our budget.Somehow a collection for the next few months was cobbled together and gobbled up by the hungry customers.Not that it stopped her from gobbling up every cultural titbit dropped before her.