Driveller

  • 21maunderer — n. Grumbler, murmurer, driveller …

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  • 22slabberer — n. Idiot, driveller, slaverer …

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  • 23slaverer — n. Idiot, driveller, slabberer …

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  • 24fool — I. n. 1. Idiot, natural. 2. Dolt, witling, driveller, idiot, simpleton, ninny, nincompoop, blockhead. See dunce. 3. Buffoon, harlequin, droll, punch, antic, jester, zany, clown, merry andrew, scaramouch, jack pudding, pickle herring. II. v. n.… …

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  • 25drivel — /ˈdrɪvəl / (say drivuhl) verb (i) (drivelled or, US, driveled, drivelling or, US, driveling) 1. to let saliva flow from the mouth or mucus from the nose; slaver. 2. to issue like spittle. 3. to talk childishly or idiotically. –noun 4. idiotic, or …

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  • 26drivel — [driv′əl] vi. driveled or drivelled, driveling or drivelling [ME drivelen < OE dreflian, to slobber, prob. akin to DRAFF] 1. to let saliva flow from one s mouth; drool; slobber 2. to speak in a silly or stupid manner vt. to say in a silly or… …

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  • 27gobbin —  GOBSLOTCH, a greedy clownish person. N. A stupid fellow ; rather a driveller. Called also a gob thrust …

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  • 28drivel — n. & v. n. silly nonsense; twaddle. v. (drivelled, drivelling; US driveled, driveling) 1 intr. run at the mouth or nose; dribble. 2 intr. talk childishly or idiotically. 3 tr. (foll. by away) fritter; squander away. Derivatives: driveller n. (US… …

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  • 29jabberer — noun someone whose talk is trivial drivel • Syn: ↑driveller • Derivationally related forms: ↑jabber • Hypernyms: ↑speaker, ↑talker, ↑utterer, ↑verbalizer, ↑ …

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  • 30slabber — verb let saliva drivel from the mouth The baby drooled • Syn: ↑drivel, ↑drool, ↑slaver, ↑slobber, ↑dribble • See Also: ↑slobber over ( …

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  • 31talker — noun someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous) the speaker at commencement an utterer of useful maxims • Syn: ↑speaker, ↑utterer, ↑verbalizer,… …

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  • 32utterer — noun 1. an organism that can utter vocal sounds an utterer of foul oaths is the giraffe a vocalizer? • Syn: ↑vocalizer, ↑vocaliser • Derivationally related forms: ↑vocalise (for: ↑ …

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  • 33verbaliser — noun someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous) the speaker at commencement an utterer of useful maxims • Syn: ↑speaker, ↑talker, ↑utterer, ↑verbalizer …

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  • 34verbalizer — noun someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous) the speaker at commencement an utterer of useful maxims • Syn: ↑speaker, ↑talker, ↑utterer, ↑verbaliser …

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