blabbermouth blabbermouth


  • (n) someone who gossips indiscreetly


  1. And, of course, we have the blabbermouth Dianne Feinstein helping the cause: http:www.
  2. Your spoilsport reviewer should have the last reel withheld from him, 'cause old blabbermouth can't resist giving away the story, as he does in all four reviews this week June 30.
  3. When she decides to do a cover story on him, exposing him as a blabbermouth and general incompetent, the stage appears to be set for a battle of giants.


  • How Oberlin Manufactured the Hate-Crime Hoax of the Year

    Busted. Stone-cold busted. Just as I suspected, "progressive" pranksters at Oberlin College have been definitively unmasked as the perpetrators of phony campus "hate crimes" that scored international headlines in March. The blabbermouth academic administrators who helped fuel the hysteria are now running for cover.
    on August 23, 2013     Source: Michelle Malkin via Yahoo! News


  1. "That summer Blabbermouth had announced that Ozzy was looking for a new guitarist," Gus said. "So I went and knocked on the dressing-room door and gave his people my FIREWIND CD."
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Gus G Source:

  2. "He's a totally different guy on the court than what he was as a freshman," Olson said. "He's still not a blabbermouth, but he's gotten a lot better." "It's a blessing to play with less pain. It still gets a little sore here and there,...
    on Oct 22, 2008 By: Lute Olson Source: USA Today

  3. Environment Minister John Baird called him "the blabbermouth from Wascana."
    on Feb 19, 2007 By: John Baird Source: Ottawa Citizen (registration)

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