gibber

Part of speech: verb

To jabber.

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Usage examples "gibber":

  1. We do not propose to illustrate the great truth we have in hand by instances; the experience of the reader will furnish ample evidence in support of our proposition, and any narration of pertinent facts could only quicken into life the dead ghosts of a thousand sheeted annoyances to squeak and gibber through a memory studded thick with the tombstones of happy hours murdered by your friend's friend. - "The Fiend's Delight", Dod Grile.
  2. The ghosts of the slain sometimes appear in the columns of the recalcitrant Indian newspapers and gibber a feeble little " Otototoi!" - "Mr. Isaacs", F. Marion Crawford.
  3. I'll test the ground with the willer and if it says we'll get water at a certain depth and we don't strike it, I'll dig till we do, for nothin', if we have to go till we hear the Chinamen gibber. - "The Dude Wrangler", Caroline Lockhart.