jabber : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n rapid and indistinct speech
- v talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
- They jabber noisily on phones in public.
- Jabber jabber, feint feint -- conversation is combat, a schoolyard dissing contest, a slightly more sophisticated version of "Your mother!" "No, yours!".
- But strangely enough, if Franklin Roosevelt had last week ventured to ad dress Friends," the he would aviation have been industry as sure of a "My jabber of cheery answering .
News & Articles
- Many Berkshire residents upset about government data collection
PITTSFIELD -- Helen Kozchuk is 82 years old, and is a longtime Verizon customer. She admits that most of her telephone conversations contain "jibber-jabber," but would prefer that the federal government doesn’t know about them.
June 7, 2013 - Berkshire Eagle
- Locals suspicious, troubled by NSA phone record surveilliance
Friday June 7, 2013 PITTSFIELD -- Helen Kozchuk of Pittsfield is 82 years old, and is a longtime Verizon customer. She admits that most of her telephone conversations contain "jibber-jabber," but would prefer that the federal government doesn't know about them. "It's just like looking through my window," Kozchuk said.
June 7, 2013 - North Adams Transcript
- Eric Musselman in San Jose Mercury News
In the huddles, Justin Williams was screaming, 'Come on, it's still in reach,'Musselman said. "When you're down 20 at home, there's not a lot of positive things that you hear and I thought Justin's constant jabber in the huddle is...
- Paul Pierce in Boston Globe (registration)
I got a bad break with the calls,Pierce said after practice. "I didn't think I did anything to warrant a second technical. I guess jibber and jabber by 'Q' was overexaggerated and they decided to kick us both out."
- Jason Ferguson in MiamiHerald.com
Ferguson said it was typical of important late-season divisional games in that, "It's a physical game. You know they're going to take cheap shots, we're going to take them, too. There's a lot of talking, a lot of jibber-jabber in between plays."