blab blab


  1. (v) divulge confidential information or secrets
  2. (v) speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly


  1. And here is what's strange: the gospel of the leak has nothing to say about sources except that the reporter won't blab about who they are.
  2. The Justice Department suggested they blab without their lawyers present.
  3. The question about caucusing with Democrats is whether he'll be a mole who will blab to the Republicans.


  • Oregon Football: Ducks Fans' Greatest Hopes and Fears for 2013

    With the season just over a month away, we're going to take a look at Ducks fans' greatest hopes and fears for the upcoming season. But rather than blab on about the talent on offense or the woes of the kicking game, I'm going to make two separate arguments — one for why fans should be hopeful that this will finally be the season Oregon captures the elusive crystal ball and another that lays out ...
    on July 19, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "I don't know if I'm allowed to talk about this stuff," WIlson said. "It's been confirmed on a lot of websites, I'll just say that ...... I mean, I would blab my mouth 'cause I certainly haven't been told to keep quiet. It's just out of...
    on Jun 18, 2007 By: Patrick Wilson Source: comic Book Resources

  2. To which Bonds said, "I don't know what he's thinking. It's not for me to get into the newspaper and blab my mouth off about what I think another man should do. If this man feels he should do (something), he is the commissioner. Then he does what he...
    on May 27, 2007 By: Barry Bonds Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  3. Astley, 39, says, "I did enjoy it. But it was very, very weird. You can blab on about seeing the other side of fame, but it doesn't mean s**t until it happens to you. It wasn't so much the going on TV, or going to award ceremonies, or having a...
    on Oct 13, 2005 By: Rick Astley Source:

Word of the Day
propriety propriety
/prə ˈpraɪ ə ti /