[ gib-uh l-gab-uh l ]
/ ˈgɪb əlˌgæb əl /
verb (used without object), gib·ble-gab·bled, gib·ble-gab·bling.
to engage in gibble-gabble.
Origin of gibble-gabble
First recorded in 1590–1600; gradational compound from gabble
Related formsgib·ble-gab·bler, noun
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