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blabber

Syllabification: blab·ber
Pronunciation: /ˈblabər
 
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informal

Definition of blabber in English:

verb

[no object]
Talk foolishly, mindlessly, or excessively: she blabbered on and on
More example sentences
  • How can you understand what he's blabbering about unless you remember the point from before?
  • He is 2 months from turning two, and he's already blabbering away like a toddler.
  • Go for this drive and I guarantee you will be blabbering about it for at least five days.

noun

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1A person who talks foolishly or indiscreetly.
Example sentences
  • See, the fact is that this talk show host and his fellow blabbers say this kind of stuff all the time.
  • Last night, the news show blabber suggested that the powerfully moving hug between the government official and the mother of the fallen Marine, was staged.
  • Rick, the wonderful little blabber he is, had told his new friends about the swimming hole.
1.1Foolish or mindless talk: annoyed by their endless blabber
More example sentences
  • This is just the conclusion with thank you notes and other mindless blabber about the story.
  • Marketing drives much of the blabber about blubber, and the best way to hook a mass audience is to make a diet plan as simplistic and one-dimensional as possible.
  • Most yoga and meditation groups speak of them, along with other esoteric blabber such as the raising of kundalini, opening of chakras, and other things which no one has actually experienced.

Words that rhyme with blabber

abba, dabber, grabber, jabber, stabber, yabber

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Word of the day emulous
Pronunciation: ˈɛmjʊləs
adjective
seeking to emulate someone or something