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blatter

[ blat-er ]
/ ˈblæt ər /
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verb (used without object)
to chatter volubly.
verb (used with object)
to utter volubly.
noun
the act or sound of blattering.
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Origin of blatter

1545–55; <Latin blaterāre to prate, babble; use and spelling probably altered by association with other expressive verbs ending in -er6

OTHER WORDS FROM blatter

blat·ter·er, noun
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