Definition of babble
Origin of babble
OTHER WORDS FROM babbleoutbabble, verb (used with object), out·bab·bled, out·bab·bling.
Words nearby babble
How to use babble in a sentence
The researchers then analyzed the baby bat songs to see if they met eight universal characteristics of human babbles including early onset, repetition, rhythmicity, universality, and occurrence in non-social settings.
The gorilla dolls have electronics inside for realistic baby babble.
The anti-gun contingent stands before an Everest of obstacles, a wall of patriotic babble about Second Amendment privileges.
In fact, I described them this way myself when I wrote about infant memory two years ago for Babble.
Her work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Washington Post, Salon, and Babble.
Taffy Brodesser-Akner has written for the Los Angeles Times, Salon, and Babble, among other publications.
Baby Kirst had fulfilled his destiny and would babble his way through the forests no more.A Virginia Scout|Hugh Pendexter
But after that momentary and inexplicable experience, the babble of thought went on as before.The Daughters of Danaus|Mona Caird
As they went down into the valley of the Thyme, the babble of the stream rose into the air like a perennial laughter.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
He does not say cryptic things or babble trivialities in the name of the mighty Dead—the mighty Damned or the mighty Blest.The Affable Stranger|Peter McArthur
All was silence, except somewhere, secluded and unseen, the splash and babble of falling water.Dream Tales and Prose Poems|Ivan Turgenev