(1) upon winning a race a driver spews out a litany of commercial garble(2) DataCore, to be sure, doles out the same virtualization garble as every other vendor, promising a management heaven full of automation and abstracted disk.(3) Why I was rambling a spew of unintelligible garble , I had not a clue.(4) His widely mocked garble about him taking his ├ö├ç├┐high horse├ö├ç├û on the ├ö├ç├┐low road├ö├ç├û is actually, with a bit of untangling, a pretty good image.(5) That wonderful pattern-matching ability I've mentioned elsewhere comes into being and forces us to turn garble into sense, any sense, even if it's nonsense.(6) While the musical numbers do sound great, there are periods where the vocals could have been cleaned up to eliminate moments of muted garble .(7) At first, she thought that her voice had come out in an unintelligible garble , but she finally realized that the reason for their mirth was coming from behind her, out the window.(8) most readers assumed the word was a typographical garble(9) She waited patiently for the caller to reply but all she got was garble from the other end.(10) It may have been Shakespeare fatigue, but the scene between Falstaff and Doll Tearsheet, played as a strung-out Eastender with Blade Runner hair, was for significant periods pure garble , to be endured rather than enjoyed.(11) The about section of her web site is full of fanciful garble about her consulting work.(12) Language is employed as a formative element of the rhythm and music, but all a garble of German phrases, English sentence fragments, hissing, and hiccuping.(13) On the surface, the Violettes' debut album follows a well-tested formula for soundscape pop: her delicate voice soaks in a bath of fuzzy guitars, droning cello, and the garble of vocal samples run backward.(14) I plowed through this text in my bedroom late at night, while the unintelligible garble of the downstairs television kept me abreast of my parents' assured position in front of it.(15) Connor's transmission was very garbled , but the seriousness of the situation was clear to all listening.(16) On windy days, the smoke was wafted so that signals became garbled and confusing.