Origin of babbler
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He had known him for a fool, a weakling, a babbler, and a bibber of wine.Mistress Wilding
Under this mask which resembles him, I will drive away the babbler from here.Amphitryon
On their approach the pie lunged at a babbler and caused it to retire.Jungle Folk
The Babbler, who was a few paces in advance, suddenly uttered a cry.
"That's your concern," said the Babbler, with an evil smile.
- a person who babbles
- any of various insect-eating birds of the Old World tropics and subtropics that have a loud incessant song: family Muscicapidae (warblers, thrushes, etc)
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