Their leaders had not been among them yet, and the "Goobers" were entirely at sea.
Met yo' daddy down de big road, en he say dat I can't git no mo' sparrer-grass en green peas but you kin gimme some goobers.'
He retched down an' got a han'ful o' goobers an' put 'em in his pocket.
Pop's put a sack of goobers aside for you, against the day when you'll come around personally to call for it.
Indeed, her hunger made her begin to crack the goobers with her strong white teeth and to swallow the kernels, skins and all.
Have a wash pot full of molasses candy to pull and all the goobers we could eat.
I went to the show ground and I seed 'em buyin' goobers and popcorn.
The children from the North looked curiously at the "goobers" they had pulled up on the vine.
Miss Frankie parched big pans of goobers when it was cold or raining.
Ground-peas (called also peanuts, goobers, or pindars, according to locality) and chufas were raised to feed hogs and poultry.