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  • 41gabble — verb talk rapidly and unintelligibly. noun rapid, unintelligible talk. Derivatives gabbler noun Origin C16: from Du. gabbelen, of imitative origin …

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  • 42crone — n. 1. Old woman (in contempt). 2. Old ewe. 3. Garrulous old man, aged gabbler or twaddler …

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  • 43driveller — n. [Written also Driveler.] 1. Slaverer, drooler. 2. Dotard, idiot, simpleton, fool, imbecile, twattler, senseless gabbler …

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  • 44gadder — n.; (also gadabout) 1. Rover, idler, rambler, vagrant, loafer. 2. Gossip, tattler, babbler, chatterer, gabbler, prattler, prater, idle talker, talebearer …

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  • 45prater — n. Chatterer, rattle head, prattler, tattler, babbler, gabbler, palaverer …

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  • 46rattle-head — n. Chatterer, prater, gabbler, rattle pate (colloq.), giddy talker …

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  • 47babbler — n prattler, prater, twaddler, Brit. twattler, driveler; patterer, patterist, rattlebrain, rattlepate; chatterbox, noisy chatterer, palaverer, magpie, popinjay, Inf. jay; excessive talker, jabberer, gabbler, blatherskite, Sl. windbag, Sl.… …

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  • 48busybody — n meddler, snoop, pry, Paul Pry, eavesdropper, Dumbo; gossip, newsmonger, quidnunc, chatterbox, jabberer, gabbler, blatherskite, Sl. windbag; blabber, blabbermouth, tattler, tattle tale, telltale, tale bearer, informer, Sl. squealer;… …

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  • 49chatterbox — n excessive talker, jabberer, gabbler, blatherskite, Sl. windbag, Sl. windjammer, Inf. hot air artist; blabber, blabbermouth, gusher, gossip; tattler, tattle tale, tell tale, talebearer; noisy chatterer, palav erer, magpie, popinjay, Inf. jay;… …

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  • 50driveler — n 1. drooler, slaverer, slobberer, slab berer; splutterer, sputterer, spitter; sniveler, sniffler. 2. babbler, prattler, prater, twaddler, Brit. twattler; maunderer, rambler, patterer, patterist, rattlebrain, rattlepate; chatterbox, noisy… …

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  • 51gossip — n 1. rumor, grapevine, Inf. scuttlebutt, hearsay, Fr. oui dire. report, Archaic. bruit; an earful, Sl. dope, Inf. inside info, Sl. poop, tittle tattle; scandal, dirt, whispering campaign, mud slinging. 2. prattle, idle talk, Sl. schmooze, small… …

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  • 52loud-mouth — n 1. braggart, braggadocio, brag, boaster, Sl. bullshooter, Thraso, Rodomonte; blusterer, swaggerer, gascon, fanfaron, trumpeter, tooter; blowhard, windbag, blatherskite, Sl. gas bag, Sl. big mouth; bluffer, humbug, fourflusher. 2. gossip,… …

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  • 53magpie — n chatterbox, chatterer, jabberer, gabbler, babbler, prattler, prater, twaddler, Brit. twattler, driveler; palaverer, popinjay, Inf. jay; gossip, blabber, blabbermouth, gusher; blatherskite, Sl. windbag, Sl. windjammer, Inf. hot air artist …

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  • 54prattler — n babbler, prater, twaddler, Brit. twattler, driveler; patterer, patterist, rattlebrain, rattlepate; chatterbox, noisy chatterer, palaverer, magpie, popinjay, Inf. jay; excessive talker, jabberer, gabbler, blatherskite, Sl. windbag, Sl.… …

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  • 55talker — n 1. speaker, orator, soapbox orator, stump orator, speechmaker, public speaker, spellbinder; main speaker, keynoter; haranguer, speechifier, de claimer, ranter, Inf. spouter, Inf. spieler, Inf. tub thumper, Sl. jawsmith; demagogue, rabble rouser …

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  • 56tattler — n telltale, tattletale, talebearer, Brit. Sl. sneak; informer, Sl. squealer, Sl. fink, Sl. rat, Sl. rat fink, Sl. stool pigeon; blabber, blabbermouth, sieve, gossip, busybody, rumormonger, excessive talker; jabberer, chatterer, gabbler,… …

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  • 57gabble — [c]/ˈgæbəl / (say gabuhl) verb (gabbled, gabbling) –verb (i) 1. to talk rapidly and unintelligibly; jabber. 2. (of geese, etc.) to cackle. –verb (t) 3. to utter rapidly and unintelligibly. –noun 4. rapid, unintelligible talk. {frequentative of… …

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  • 58gabble — ► VERB ▪ talk rapidly and unintelligibly. ► NOUN ▪ rapid, unintelligible talk. DERIVATIVES gabbler noun. ORIGIN Dutch gabbelen …

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  • 59gabble — [gab′əl] vi. gabbled, gabbling [freq. of GAB] 1. to talk rapidly and incoherently; jabber; chatter 2. to utter rapid, meaningless sounds, as a goose does vt. to utter rapidly and incoherently n. rapid, incoherent talk or meaningless utterance… …

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  • 60gabble — v. & n. v. 1 intr. a talk volubly or inarticulately. b read aloud too fast. 2 tr. utter too fast, esp. in reading aloud. n. fast unintelligible talk. Derivatives: gabbler n. Etymology: MDu. gabbelen (imit.) …

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