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jabble

verb jab·ble \ ˈjabəl \

Definition of jabble

-ed/-ing/-s
transitive verb
British :agitate, splash
  • jabbled coffee on his saucer
  • —Michael McLaverty
intransitive verb
British :to break in small waves :ripple

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Origin and Etymology of jabble

imitative


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jabble

noun \ " \

Definition of jabble

plural -s
1 British :an agitation on the surface of water :splashing, dashing, rippling, choppiness
2 British :a mental or emotional agitation or turmoil

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