verb (used without object), prat·tled, prat·tling.
verb (used with object), prat·tled, prat·tling.
Origin of prattle
Examples from the Web for prattler
Mr. Prattler (before a portrait of Lady Hamilton by Romney).Voces Populi|F. Anstey
She found the first a prattler, and could not perceive any merit in the second.Voltaire's Romances|Franois-Marie Arouet
But she could not explain this to Dot, and Dot was a prattler.The Corner House Girls on a Tour|Grace Brooks Hill
Happily for Lillie she was not taciturn, but a prattler, and by nature a light-hearted one.Miss Ravenel's conversion from secession to loyalty|J. W. de Forest
You must become a prattler also, my love, and say many things for me to Henriette—my poor little Henriette!
British Dictionary definitions for prattler
Word Origin for prattle
Word Origin and History for prattler
1530s, frequentative of prate (q.v.). Related: Prattled; prattling. The noun is attested from 1550s.