blabbed blabbed


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


  1. A Luftwaffe captain who had been decorated by Adolf Hitler blabbed to a Swiss woman in Berlin.
  2. Monica Lewinsky blabbed on for hours to Linda Tripp.
  3. CON: That Drudge-Clinton axis may be broken, after Drudge blabbed that a Clinton staffer handed him the infamous photo of Obama in African garb.



  1. "A traitor blabbed a few things. We won't be relieved until we know who it was," a visibly moved Ribery told French television yesterday .
    on Jun 21, 2010 By: Franck Ribery Source: Business Day

  2. "Well, in that case," says Hynde, "I would say I have got away with murder. I'd just got in the game when I met Ray, so maybe I blabbed my mouth a little bit and I had a child with him, and Jim, so that's obviously hard to hide."
    on Jan 20, 2007 By: Chrissie Hynde Source:

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