blabber


1blab·ber

verb \ˈbla-bər\
blab·bered blab·ber·ing \-b(ə-)riŋ\

Definition of BLABBER

intransitive verb
:  to talk foolishly or excessively
transitive verb
:  to say indiscreetly

Origin of BLABBER

Middle English blaberen
First Known Use: 14th century

2blabber

noun

Definition of BLABBER

:  idle talk :  babble

First Known Use of BLABBER

circa 1913

Rhymes with BLABBER

3blabber

noun

Definition of BLABBER

:  a person who blabs

Origin of BLABBER

2blab
First Known Use: 1557

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