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Noun(1) gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby
Verb(1) utter meaningless sounds, like a baby, or utter in an incoherent way(2) to talk foolishly(3) flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise(4) divulge confidential information or secrets
(1) If children have minds like sponges that can absorb other languages effortlessly, my own grey matter seems to be more of a clam, clamped shut and deaf to the multilingual babble around me.(2) the babble of a brook(3) Dose's continuous incoherent diatribe evokes in turn the babble of a madman, the discourse of a preacher or the conversation of a child.(4) he began to babble an apology(5) They babble on about the supposed benefits of EU membership as if this referendum was about whether we should remain in the EU or withdraw from it.(6) he would babble on in his gringo Spanish(7) When I went down to visit her we spoke in the babble that sounded to other people like a language.(8) her soft voice stopped his babble(9) The pervasive pink petals of the cherry blossom trees flutter to the ground like the soft powder of a mountain peak, while the babble of the bubbling brook pervades the air.(10) a babble of protest(11) In the background he could hear the voices of the passengers asking the same question in a babble of noise.(12) Although she was odd, silently I knew I enjoyed her insensible babble .(13) Lilatte shoved the pillow over her head, trying to drown out Honey's endless babble .(14) Krista continued to babble on about how one of her uncles had gone through the same thing and it all turned out just fine.(15) Ten gazillion questions that I'd like to hear posed and answered, and they babble on about our ├ö├ç├┐go-it-alone├ö├ç├û policy.(16) He continued to babble on about how it was all my fault, but I didn't pay much attention to him.
(1) babble :: babble
1. prattle ::
2. babbling ::
3. prattle ::
4. burble ::
5. gurgle ::
yn cadw sŵn
6. blither ::
Different Formsbabble, babbled, babbles, babbling
Word Example from TV Shows
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Can you please keep the Bible BABBLE
to yourself while she's here?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 23
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