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Gabble
From the Robert E. Howard Lexicon


“A moment the small people of the market place stopped their gabble as the proud array swept by…”

-Robert E. Howard, from a fragment of an untitled Kull story

gab•ble

ˈɡabəl/

verb

verb: gabble; 3rd person present: gabbles; past tense: gabbled; past participle: gabbled; gerund or present participle: gabbling

1. 1.

talk rapidly and unintelligibly; utter meaningless sounds.

synonyms: jabber, babble, prattle, rattle, blabber, gibber, blab, drivel, twitter, sputter

noun

noun: gabble

1. 1.

rapid, unintelligible talk.

synonyms: jabbering, babbling, chattering, gibbering, babble, chatter, rambling

Origin

late 16th century: from Dutch gabbelen, of imitative origin.

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