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Now out upon it," quoth Robin Hood testily, "an ye make sport of me by pattering such gibberish, it will be ill for you all, I tell you.
To know the truth--to accept without bitterness"-- those, perhaps, were the most articulate of her utterances, for no one could have made head or tail of the queer gibberish murmured in front of the statue of Francis, Duke of Bedford, save that the name of Ralph occurred frequently in very strange connections, as if, having spoken it, she wished, superstitiously, to cancel it by adding some other word that robbed the sentence with his name in it of any meaning.
For sixty years I have spoken only their accursed gibberish.
And it's another thing to take down the gibberish of a maundering mad monster who ought to be kept in a cage.
And old Paloma was squatting at the girl's feet and rubbing the girl's knees and legs like for rheumatism, which I knew the girl didn't have from the way I'd sized up the walk of her, and keeping time to the rubbing with a funny sort of gibberish chant.
No, I have not learnt it," said Gerda; "but my grandmother understands it, and she can speak gibberish too.
Sister," cries the squire, "I have often warn'd you not to talk the court gibberish to me.
On the sidewalk Soapy began to yell drunken gibberish at the top of his harsh voice.
His deafening gibberish was difficult to follow, but it was MY conduct--mine
Anyway, it is a different kind of gibberish to what we ever heard.
Krockus Crock is a nonsensical poem based on a caveman-cartoon character, the fake Latin name of a San Jose tourist attraction, and a type of gibberish that means nothing specific, yet makes "sense" because of its syllabic repetition and echoing sound.
In addition to the Multiple Choice, Gibberish, and Jack Attack questions, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Movies features the new question types introduced in YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Volume 2.