blabbing blabbing


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


  1. Who has been blabbing what Army secrets General Hayashi did not say, sent Japan's garrison and division commanders away under a public cloud of suspicion.
  2. Russian generals get drunk and they all keep blabbing that there'll be a new war this summer.
  3. The Lords Approved a sharp warning by War Minister Viscount Hailsham that two years in jail is still the legal penalty for blabbing what has been said at a Cabinet.


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    Amanda Bynes is known for running her mouth on Twitter—often calling people ugly and then later recanting—but she’s also been blabbing about her upcoming record deal. Since headlines have been calling Bynes cray-cray as of late, most people have taken the former child star’s chit-chat with a grain of salt. But according to E! News, the rumor is true…and she’s collabing with Fugees legend Wyclef ...
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  1. "I'm not going into it all because I will just lose my temper," Ferguson said. "It is disrespectful to us all that we've not been consulted before all this becomes an issue. They're all blabbing down there, they cannot get out their offices...
    on Feb 8, 2008 By: Sir Alex Ferguson Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "I want people to have a general impression that my life isn't all diva and fancy and blabbing about Louis Vuitton bags," said Weir, whose colorful quotes and eccentric costumes have made him one of skating's biggest personalities.
    on Jun 4, 2009 By: Johnny Weir Source: ESPN

  3. "Please don't drag me into all that - you know I can't stand over-optimistic people," Martin said, laughing. "Don't make my hate myself. If you start that and we start blabbing all that stuff and I don't make that cut, then I'm only left with...
    on Aug 22, 2004 By: Mark Martin Source: USA Today

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