blabber blabber


  1. (n) one who reveals confidential information in return for money
  2. (v) speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly


  1. It had become a campaign cult, too enamored with itself, with too much blabber about the money being raised on the Web and not enough about issues other than Iraq.
  2. Another secretary might blabber to Communists, he feared.
  3. He plods along, swinging his radio like an attach case, or stuffs it into his shirt pocket, while the unrelenting blabber transists him like exhaust fumes.


  1. Facebook, Foursquare, and Flipboard lead a flood of big-name Windows 8 apps

    Don’t be fooled by all this blabber about Windows 8.1 being Microsoft’s grand chance for a re-do—talk I’m admittedly guilty of myself. Windows 8.1 does a terrific job of refining Microsoft’s modern-style vision , but as an operating system built from the ground up to revolve around an app-based experience, it—and specifically the Start screen—can never truly shine unless the Windows Store is ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: PC World

  2. Are illegal immigrants worse than the British loyalists who fought against the American Revolution?

    Retired right-wing radio blabber Neal Boortz said this the other day [...]
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Devils Lake Journal


  1. "We would expect [Prime Minister Ehud Olmert], who only two months ago exposed Israel's nuclear capability through his endless blabber, to stay quiet and not create a fuss over nothing," Likud MK Gilad Erdan said Thursday.
    on Sep 20, 2007 By: Gilad Erdan Source: Jerusalem Post

  2. Mr Goodman said he had kept the operation a secret because he felt it was "not necessary to blabber it out to everyone."
    on Jun 28, 2009 By: Len Goodman Source:

  3. "A couple of plays, he did double moves that I had not seen," Tillman said. "He really had a good game. [Ochocinco] was no blabber. He was in his game. There was no trash-talking at all today." "I've always thought that [Bengals...
    on Oct 25, 2009 By: Charles Tillman Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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