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Then the banker he say, 'And you will go and blab, I suppose?'
STORIES IN LIGHT AND SHADOWBRET HARTE
If ye blab a word to anyone, ye'll git me in trouble, an' I'll crush ye as willin' as I'd swat a fly.
MARY LOUISE IN THE COUNTRYL. FRANK BAUM (AKA EDITH VAN DYNE)
Between ourselves—mind, don't blab it out—young men are the greatest noodles that were ever put upon the face of the earth.
PUNCHINELLO, VOL. 1, NO. 7, MAY 14, 1870VARIOUS
They don't know where I'm gone,—not one of them; and I've a great mind not to tell them, if you wouldn't blab.
CHARLES O'MALLEY, THE IRISH DRAGOON, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)CHARLES LEVER
Don't you say sich things against me, or I'll blab—sure as death!
DEAD MAN'S LOVETOM GALLON
"He won't blab on himself, that's dead sure," remarked the tall scout.
FAST NINEALAN DOUGLAS
All of a sudden you blab out words that don't make the least sense.
THE INSPECTOR-GENERALNICOLAY GOGOL
I ain't goin' to let him go and blab, I say, and get both of us in a hole.
TROOP ONE OF THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
A broken complexion, a swinish look, ungenerous acts and the want of due knowledge,—all blab.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
Blob (blab often in Ulster), a raised blister: a drop of honey, or of anything liquid.
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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