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He was bent and broken, he was singed of body and of raiment, he gibbered foolishly; he passed them by and went staggering to his cell.
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For her, memory was an angel of wrath, driving her into the hideous Golgotha of the past, where bloody spectres gibbered; the present was a loathsome death in life, the future a nameless torturing horror.
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It became a nightmare chant, and he gibbered it to those that passed him on the trail.
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And they met betimes with this maiden, And the promise it spake and lied, And the doubt it gibbered and hugged itself, And the rainy day- she died.
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I tried over and over again to elicit sensible replies to my questions as to where he came from; but he simply gibbered and babbled like a happy baby.
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Old scandals woke up, old naughtinesses rose out of their graves, and danced, and smirked, and gibbered again, like those wicked nuns whom Bertram and Robert le Diable evoke from their sepulchres whilst the bassoon performs a diabolical incantation.
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All the corporal's stoicism was gone: he talked wildly, crouched and gibbered in his fear, when he was suddenly roused by a heavy shock.
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In five minutes the wall of up-standing, on-struggling Indians had been changed to heaps of fallen ones that moaned and gibbered in the snow, and cried and sniveled as their staring, swimming eyes focused on the grub that meant life to them and that brought the slaver to their lips.
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Sometimes they cackled and gibbered through the night before the houses of the clergy, and it was only at Christmas that their power failed them.
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It was averred that Goody So-and-So had a black cat for a familiar, that Dame Thus-and-Thus rode on a broomstick on stormy nights and screeched and gibbered down the farm-house chimneys, and there were dances of old crones at Devils' Hop Yard, Witch Woods, Witch Meadows, Giant's Chair, Devil's Footprint, and Dragon's Rock.
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With the glad sunshine my joyousness had vanished, in its stead came again doubt and foreboding with my devil that gibbered upon my heels; demons and evil things seemed all about me.
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The scientists lay down in the dust of the common road and wailed and gibbered.
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I shouldn't say she had ever been very intelligent, but now she simply gibbered.
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But still he clutched my arm, and gibbered, and pointed back, and now my eyes were playing tricks again: surely there was a shadow!
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Examples of Gibbered

Example #1
Not until it was in their very midst did they recognize their brother, Joseph.
Example #2
It came reeling toward them, vast, mighty, misshapen.
Example #3
Helpless victim of her own outraged conscience, she seemed at times sinking into mental apathy more pitiable than that which had seized her physically; and the only solace possible, she found in the encouraging words uttered by the voice that had prayed for her during that long night of mortal agony, in the gentle pressure of the soft hand that often guided her tottering footsteps.
Example #4
The glossy black head was bent in abject despondency upon her breast, and tears dripped over the smooth olive cheeks, but no sound escaped the trembling mouth, once so red and riotous, now drawn into curves of passionate sorrow; and the topaz gleams that formerly flickered in her sullen hazel eyes were drowned in the gloom of dejection.
Example #5
At other times, resting, he watched and envied the stolid, mule-footed Indians that plodded by under heavier packs.
Example #6
Somewhere in him was the strain of the hard, and he repeated over and over to himself that what other men could do, he could.