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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgobbetgob‧bet /ˈɡɒbɪt $ ˈɡɑː-/ noun [countable] old use  PIECEa small piece of something, especially food
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gobbetAlongside this is a gobbet of text explaining the picture.First the St Sebastian triptych, all finished, down to the last arrowhead and gobbet of blood.Hastily she bit gobbets loose and swallowed them, bolting down a dreadful and disgusting feast.The rest of you, choke on this last gobbet of my scorn!The stodgy strands were long and thick and twisted, spotted with mobile gobbets of ketchup.They do nothing to break up the food into easily swallowed gobbets or to tease out the hard inedible bits.Really, he could use half an hour to digest the gobbets of this person.
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