Gabble-ratchet

The Word of the Day is Gabble-Rachet,

Yep I didn’t know what it meant either but click on the link to the word of the day site to find out. 🙂

Word of the Day Challenge

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The Word of the Day is GABBLE-RATCHET

Definition:   GABBLE-RATCHET. As well as being an old English dialect word for a noisy child, a gabble-ratchet is any nocturnal bird (particularly geese) that makes a lot of noise at night, once considered to be an ill omen.

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People are far too complicated to be able to describe in a few words so I am not even going to try.

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