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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgobsgobs informalAmerican EnglishLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a large amount of somethinggobs of gobs of money gob
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gob ofAll at once it began to rain, drops large as gobs of spit.But there are great gobs of money to be made, and this municipality needs all of it.Other great sections of the entity hung almost loose, huge gobs of spittle on glassy strands.These all required expensive hardware, and ate up huge gobs of memory.Where I come from, many people have such incredible gobs of money.It needed gobs of honey or molasses along with a big wad of butter to create the illusion of good eating.The scars jumped out at her, even under gobs of makeup.My voice is like sandpaper, I cough up gobs of phlegm, my liver feels like a sandbag.

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