What is the past tense of gab?

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The past tense of gab is gabbed.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of gab is gabs.

The present participle of gab is gabbing.

The past participle of gab is gabbed.

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So we just stayed up and gabbed, ate junk food and had a few beers, and gabbed some more.
Johanna and I promised each other we'd sleep on the bus, but that was never going to happen, so we gabbed all the way.
Well, after we gabbed awhile and sipped out tea, rocking in a couple of my old antique buys, he gets up to go.
He ran a Web log, where he freely gabbed about his impressions of life at the Mountain View, Calif. based Internet search giant.
What people remember about a day is not what they gabbed about but who they gabbed to.
Jeff was leaning against the couch near my feet playing a video game that seemed to be frustrating him as David gabbed on his phone.

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