gabble

Part of speech: verb

To chatter; talk inarticulately.

Part of speech: noun

Noisy and incoherent talk; cackling, as of geese.

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Usage examples "gabble":

  1. And all the gabble about good and bad and what- not- to- do and what- to- do, and all the laws and everything beginning from the beginning and going ahead as far as you wanted, it was all lies. - "Gargoyles", Ben Hecht.
  2. I hope, my dear sir, you don't suppose I enjoy this insipid gabble. - "The Children of the World", Paul Heyse.
  3. They would hide in the grass, while one played and rolled about on the open shore, till the ducks saw him and began to stretch their necks and gabble their amazement at the strange thing, which they had never seen before. - "Northern Trails, Book I.", William J. Long.