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Besides a few crumbs, it contained a small lump of narwhal blubber and a little packet.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
Then he would burst rudely into my solitude and while I sopped cold water over his injured members, he would blubber.
Fat Boy's two hundred and eighty-odd pounds were drooped over his chair like the blubber of an exhausted, beach-stranded whale.
THE HOLES AND JOHN SMITHEDWARD W. LUDWIG
The faithful swallow "squid," and become a mass of blubber; the sceptics feed on solid flesh, and are thin as tigers.
Robinson began to blubber the moment George took his hand, spite of the money lost.
I saw some men fairly howling with agony, but yet still devouring enormous quantities of oil and blubber!
I to seek such horrid places, I to haunt with squalid Negroes, blubber-lips, and monkey faces!
Even the water in which the blubber has been tried out makes good glue.
Them chaps, whoever they are, have been killing seals and boiling the blubber.
THE BEACH OF DREAMSH. DE VERE STACPOOLE
Accordingly, they at once set about appeasing their appetites—on blubber!

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