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blabber

play
verb blab·ber \ ˈbla-bər \

Definition of blabber

blabbered; blabbering play \-b(ə-)riŋ\
intransitive verb
:to talk foolishly or excessively
transitive verb
:to say indiscreetly

Origin and Etymology of blabber

Middle English blaberen


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blabber

noun

Definition of blabber

:idle talk :babble

First Known Use of blabber

circa 1913


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blabber

noun

Definition of blabber

:a person who blabs

Origin and Etymology of blabber



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