verb (used with object), blabbed, blab·bing.
verb (used without object), blabbed, blab·bing.
Origin of blab
Examples from the Web for blabbed
His character, Mike Delfino, was dying in the next episode of the show—a very well-kept secret until Perkins blabbed.
“Then Vorse learned old Saurez had blabbed, and killed him,” Johnson said, in a convinced tone.In the Shadow of the Hills|George C. Shedd
Id like to know when I ever blabbed anything, exclaimed Fudge indignantly.The Lucky Seventh|Ralph Henry Barbour
When this was blabbed to him, and he had owned it, he attributed his weakness to excess of nature, the liking for a fair face.One of Our Conquerors, Complete|George Meredith
British Dictionary definitions for blabbed
verb blabs, blabbing or blabbed
Word Origin for blab
Word Origin and History for blabbed
mid-15c., apparently from Middle English noun blabbe "one who does not control his tongue" (late 13c.), probably echoic. Related: Blabbed; blabbing. The exact relationship between the blabs and blabber is difficult to determine. The noun was "[e]xceedingly common in 16th and 17th c.; unusual in literature since c 1750" [OED].