Antonyms of GAB

Examples of usage:

  1. He was a baby in public affairs, of course, as yet; but as soon as he once got going, the intensity of his convictions, together with his position, and real gift- not of the gab, like Harbinger's- but of restrained, biting oratory, was sure to bring him to the front with a bound in the present state of parties. "The Patrician" by John Galsworthy
  2. Ye see, sir, they're an ignorant lot, and can easy be talked over by chaps with the gift of the gab, like Svorenssen and Van Ryn. "The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn" by Harry Collingwood
  3. 210 Dreien Toten gab er das Leben, Von dem Blute heilt' er ein Weib, Die Krummen und die Lahmen, Die machte er gerade. "An anthology of German literature" by Calvin Thomas
  4. My father was a pretty successful Chicago ward politician and I have the gift of gab and manipulation too. "Nobody's Child" by Elizabeth Dejeans
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