gabble gabble


  1. (n) rapid and indistinct speech
  2. (v) speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly


  1. Mencken's eyes bulged and glistened, his cheeks flushed, and he would gabble and gabble, spitting tobacco juice all the while into the large brass spittoon at the side of his desk.
  2. Four indictments were ground out by the machinery of Justice and largely buried from the public mind by the deluge of Convention gabble which filled the press for many.
  3. When the shooting stopped, the crowds closed in again to stare at the victims and gabble at the police.
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