blabber

/ (ˈblæbə) /

noun

a person who blabs
idle chatter

verb

(intr) to talk without thinking; chatter

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Word Origin for blabber

C15 blabberen, probably of imitative origin

Words nearby blabber

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Example sentences from the Web for blabber

  • You learn a lesson in any case: To blabber is human, to button divine.

    Your Horoscopes|Starsky + Cox|May 21, 2011|DAILY BEAST
  • If you like to tell me more, you can do it quite safely; I'm no blabber, and I'm not a rascal.

    In the Year of Jubilee|George Gissing
  • Just as soon as a woman reads a book, she's got to talk highfurlutin' blabber.

  • He is no blabber, to divulge secrets committed to his bosom for security by confiding friendship.

    Talkers|John Bate