babble

Part of speech: verb

To utter unintelligibly; utter inarticulate sounds; tell thoughtlessly; murmur, as a stream; prattle.

Part of speech: noun

The rippling sound of a stream; prattle; gossip.

Part of speech: noun

Babbler.

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Usage examples "babble":

  1. The World Secretary interrupted the babble which arose with the completion of the officer's presentation. - "Greylorn", John Keith Laumer.
  2. Endicott turned away as the crowd broke into a babble of voices. - "Prairie Flowers", James B. Hendryx.
  3. But now I babble again of that base servitude, which I would forget, but cannot: for every measurement, bolt, ring, is in my brain, like a burden: but it is past, it is past- and it was vanity. - "The Purple Cloud", M.P. Shiel.