trivial, feeble, silly, or tedious talk or writing.
verb (used without object), twad·dled, twad·dling.
to talk in a trivial, feeble, silly, or tedious manner; prate.
verb (used with object), twad·dled, twad·dling.
to utter as twaddle.
Origin of twaddle
Synonyms for twaddle
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silly, trivial, or pretentious talk or writing; nonsense
to talk or write (something) in a silly or pretentious way
Word Origin for twaddle
C16 twattle, variant of twittle or tittle; see tittle-tattle
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"silly talk," 1782, probably from twattle (1550s), of obscure origin.
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