Then comes the heavy booming strut, and if he gobbles again, be quiet and let him talk to his heart's content.
You should wait until the turkey gobblesagain to be certain of his direction, then make all haste to him, and get as near as you wish before he flies down from his roost.
Often during the whole day he gobbles and struts about, making love to the hens, and at this time he eats almost nothing, being kept alive largely by drawing on his reservoir of fat.
He keeps aloof from any old logs or stumps where an enemy may lurk, and never gobbles until daylight, so that he can take in every inch of his surroundings.
His mildest moments are threatening, and when he gobbles and rubs his wings on the ground he is an embodied offensive.
He struts and gobbles and makes thunder with his wings in a most awesome way.
That is why the Turkey gobbles whenever he hears a noise.
The turkey gobblesloud and drops his rag And struts and sprunts his tail and then lets drag His wing on ground and makes a huzzing noise, Nauntles at passer-bye and drives the boys And bounces up and flies at passer-bye.
He gobbles loud and drives the boys from play; They throw their sticks and kick and run away.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "gobbles" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.