prattle

  • 21prattle — 1. verb to talk incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble. 2. noun Silly, childish, talk; babble …

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  • 22prattle — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. chitchat, babbling, chatter. v. i. murmur, chatter, babble, jabber. See loquacity, speech. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. twaddle, drivel, chatter; see nonsense 1 . v. Syn. gush, jabber, chatter; see babble …

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  • 23prattle — prat·tle || prætl n. chatter, babble, foolish talk, trivial chit chat v. chatter, babble, talk about trivial matters, speak foolishly …

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  • 24prattle — platter …

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  • 25prattle — verb talk at length in an inconsequential or foolish way. noun foolish or inconsequential talk. Derivatives prattler noun Origin C16: from Mid. Low Ger. pratelen, from praten (see prate) …

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  • 26prattle — I. v. n. See prate. II. n. See prate …

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  • 27prattle — v 1. chatter, jabber, cackle, gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; babble, prate, tattle, twaddle, Brit. twattle; patter, gabble, blather, drivel. See prate(defs. 1,2). n 2. chatter, chattering, cackle, cackling, gibber, gibbering; babble, babbling …

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  • 28prattle — prat·tle …

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  • 29prattle — prat•tle [[t]ˈpræt l[/t]] v. tled, tling, n. 1) to talk in a childish or simple minded way; chatter or babble; prate 2) to utter by chattering or babbling 3) the act of prattling 4) chatter; babble • Etymology: 1525–35; < MLG pratelen to… …

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  • 30prattle — [c]/ˈprætl / (say pratl) verb (prattled, prattling) –verb (i) 1. to talk or chatter in a simple minded or foolish way; babble. –verb (t) 2. to utter by chattering or babbling. –noun 3. the act of prattling. 4. chatter; babble. 5. a babbling sound …

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  • 31prattle — v. & n. v.intr. & tr. chatter or say in a childish way. n. 1 childish chatter. 2 inconsequential talk. Derivatives: prattler n. prattling adj. Etymology: MLG pratelen (as PRATE) …

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  • 34Prittle-prattle — Prit tle prat tle, n. [See {Prattle}.] Empty talk; trifling loquacity; prattle; used in contempt or ridicule. [Colloq.] Abp. Bramhall. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 35prittle-prattle — I. |prid.əl|prad.əl intransitive verb Etymology: reduplication of prattle (I) : prattle, chatter II. noun : empty talk …

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  • 36prittle prattle — Synonyms and related words: babble, babblement, bavardage, be closeted with, bibble babble, blab, blabber, blah blah, blather, blether, blethers, cackle, caquet, caqueterie, chat, chatter, chitter chatter, clack, clatter, coze, gab, gabble, gam,… …

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  • 37platter — prattle …

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  • 38Prattled — Prattle Prat tle, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Prattled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Prattling}.] [Freq. of prate.] To talk much and idly; to prate; hence, to talk lightly and artlessly, like a child; to utter child s talk. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 39Prattling — Prattle Prat tle, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Prattled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Prattling}.] [Freq. of prate.] To talk much and idly; to prate; hence, to talk lightly and artlessly, like a child; to utter child s talk. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 40rattle on/away — PRATTLE, babble, chatter, gabble, prate, go on, jabber, gibber, blether, ramble; informal gab, yak, yap; Brit. informal witter, rabbit, chunter, waffle. → rattle * * * talk rapidly and at length, esp. in an inane or boring way …

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