verb (used without object), gab·bled, gab·bling.
verb (used with object), gab·bled, gab·bling.
Origin of gabble
Related formsgab·bler, nounout·gab·ble, verb (used with object), out·gab·bled, out·gab·bling.
Examples from the Web for gabble
Somehow he could not catch Alice's eye as they passed; she was smiling an answer to some gabble of Lady May's.Checkmate|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
O thou philosophic Teufelsdrockh, that listenest while others only gabble, and with thy quick tympanum hearest the grass grow!Sartor Resartus|Thomas Carlyle
How much longer do you reckon that roomful of old women will gabble in Richmond?The Battle Ground|Ellen Glasgow
It seems an insult to one's Maker to gabble over prayers, with one's mouth full of food.Daisy|Miranda Eliot Swan
Clocker stopped listening to her gabble and looked for the building that Zelda would probably be in.At the Post|Horace Leonard Gold