Examples of babble in a Sentence
Pay no attention to her. She's just babbling.
He'll babble on about sports all night if you let him.
Her cousins were babbling in an unfamiliar dialect.
Recent Examples of babble from the Web
There are those who drift off by instructing their Amazon Alexa or Google Home to play recordings of babbling brooks and cicadas.
Jared Kushner starts babbling about bibimbap but nobody is paying him any mind, especially not Ivanka.
Pancholy is terrific in Alex's nervously babbling introductory scene, but the character is shortchanged by nagging questions concerning Evangeline's mishandling of his case that make a subsequent explosive confrontation ring false.
At Hendricks’ trial, Jenny had stopped in the middle of her testimony and fled the courtroom, crying and babbling incoherently, eventually wandering into traffic.
Kollage was also making attempts at talking, babbling and moving his hands.
But don’t discount the music itself, which swerves from psychedelic haze to punk noise to pop glory, which features a party-presiding DJ babbling forsaken Christian catchphrases, which put Geraldo Rivera and Rihanna and Bono in conversation.
But people adore Wiseau, a babbling crazy-uncle character of a celebrity only the YouTube generation could breed: a walking, talking viral machine of eccentricity and plain-old weirdness who thought to cast himself as a romantic lead.
Some were smiling, some were screaming, some were babbling.
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Origin and Etymology of babble
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
BABBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of babble for English Language Learners
: to talk foolishly or too much
: to make speech sounds that do not make sense to the hearer
: to make the quiet sound of water flowing over rocks
BABBLE Defined for Kids
Definition of babble for Students
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