- Talk in a rapid, excited way: well, that’s enough of me gabbering about myselfMore example sentences
- Grace spotted Ardal sitting with a group of fellow pirates, heads close while they gabbered away in low tones.
- I can't tell you how silly you look, standing there in the market, gabbering to someone unknown on your phone.
- Yet at this new building, everyone happily gabbers away in the elevator, especially at night.
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- 1A person who talks a great deal: barristers earn their exorbitant fees by being gifted gabbersMore example sentences
- Even those who weren't particularly fond of Linklater's dreamers and gabbers still had something themselves to say.
- You're probably one of those irritating gabbers I've ignored.
- Will the gabbers continue maintaining their radio silence?
- 1.1 [mass noun] Rapid, excited speech: pointless gabber about the state of the industryMore example sentences
- I have an amazing brother who will listen to my mindless gabber and rants for hours without trying to stop me.
- She was just trying to tune out her sister's endless gabber.
- 'Trust our luck,' Stuart said over the loud gabber of the new arrivals and their clattering plates and trays.