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  • 121jabber — 1. verb they jabbered nonstop Syn: prattle, babble, chatter, twitter, prate, yap, gabble, rattle on, blather; informal yak, yammer, yabber, yatter, blab, blabber 2. noun stop your jabber! Syn …

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  • 122patter — I 1. verb 1) raindrops pattered against the window Syn: go pitter patter, tap, drum, beat, pound, rat a tat, go pit a pat, thrum 2) she pattered across the floor Syn: scurry, scuttle, skip …

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  • 123talk — 1. verb 1) I was talking to a friend Syn: speak, chat, chatter, gossip, prattle, babble, rattle on, blather; informal yak, gab, jaw, chew the fat, natter, rap 2) you re talking garbage Syn …

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  • 124twitter — 1. verb 1) sparrows twittered under the eaves Syn: chirp, chirrup, cheep, tweet, peep, chatter, trill, warble, sing 2) stop twittering about Francis Syn: blather, jabber, blabb …

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  • 125babble — v 1. gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; mutter, mumble, splutter, sputter; stammer, stutter. 2. chatter, chipper, prattle, cackle; twaddle, Brit. twattle, blather, drivel; talk nonsense, Inf. talk through one s hat; jabber, prate, bleat, Inf.… …

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  • 126blather — n 1. drivel, driveling, blether, Inf. blithering; gushing, blabbing, Inf. spouting, excessive talk; babble, babbling, babblement, prate, prating, foolish talk; twaddle, twaddling, Both Brit. twattle, twattling; prattle, prattling, gibber,… …

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  • 127chat — v 1. talk, converse, palaver, Inf. rap, chitchat, coze, confabulate, chin, Inf. pass the time of day, Inf. beat one s gums, Sl. shoot the breeze or the bull, Sl. chew the fat or the rag, Sl. yak; chatter, clack, prattle, prat, rattle, babble;… …

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  • 128chatter — v 1. jabber, prattle, cackle, gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; babble, prate, tattle, twaddle, Brit. twattle; patter, gabble, blather, drivel; mutter, mumble, splutter, sputter, stammer; chit chat, chitter chatter, chaffer, bandy words; gossip …

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  • 129clatter — v 1. rattle, clutter, racket, din; jangle, clang, clangor, echo, reverberate, resound. 2. hurtle, clank, crash, bang, clump, tramp, be heavy footed, Inf. stomp or thump around; clash, collide, bump. 3. chatter, jabber, cackle, clack; prate,… …

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  • 130drivel — v 1. drool, drip saliva, slaver, slobber, slabber; sputter, splutter; snivel, sniffle. 2. babble, gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; twaddle, Brit. twattle, blather, blether, Inf. blither, drool; talk nonsense, Inf. talk through one s hat; ramble …

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  • 131gabble — v 1. jabber, clack, clatter, rattle, Sl. run off or on at the mouth; chatter, chitter, prattle, cackle; prate, twaddle, twattle; talk nonsense, Inf. talk through one s hat, blather, blab, gush, Inf. spout, drivel; gibber, Sl. gibber jabber,… …

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  • 132gossip — 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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  • 133jabber — v 1. chatter, prattle, cackle, gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; babble, prate, tattle, twaddle, Brit. twattle; patter, gabble, blather, drivel; mutter, mumble, splutter, sputter; stammer, stutter; chit chat, chitter chatter, chaffer, bandy… …

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  • 134palaver — n 1. parley, Inf. powwow, conference, round table, colloquy; session, meeting, gathering, consultation, brainstorming, deliberation; interview, audience, hearing; talk, dialogue, discussion, confabulation, Inf. confab; conversation, causerie,… …

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  • 135patter — I v 1. tiptoe, walk lightly; scurry, scuttle, trip along, skip, hie. 2. tap, pitter patter, drum, pound, beat; thrum, palpitate, pulsate. 3. spatter, sprinkle, splash, plash; fleck, dapple, stipple. n 4. pitter patter, tapping, rat a tat,… …

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  • 136prate — v 1. palaver, blab, bleat, Inf. gab; gush, Inf. spout, Sl. run off or on at the mouth; gossip, buzz, tell tales, repeat everything one hears; be loquacious or talkative, ramble, maunder. 2. babble, twaddle, Brit. twattle, blather, drivel; talk… …

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  • 137talk — v 1. communicate, converse, exchange ideas, Sl. rap or rap with, speak with or to, have a talk or little talk with; consult, confer or confer with, check with, parley, Archaic. parle, palaver, discuss, talk over, consider. 2. gossip, buzz, tell… …

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  • 138tattle — v 1. blab, blurt out, gush, Inf. spout; let slip, reveal, divulge secrets; tattletale, tell on, inform on, Inf. snitch on, Sl. squeal on, Sl. rat on, Sl. fink on. 2. gossip, tittle tattle, buzz, talk idly, Sl. shoot the breeze, Inf. gab, Sl. gas …

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  • 139tittle-tattle — n 1. gossip, Inf. scuttlebutt, hearsay, Fr. ouT dire. report, Archaic. bruit; Sl. dope, Inf. inside info, Sl. poop; prattle, idle talk, Sl. schmooze, small talk, palaver, Scot. clishmaclaver; chat, chitchat, Sl. yackety yak, Sl. yak, twaddle,… …

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  • 140twaddle — n 1. blather, blathering, twaddling, Brit. twattle, Brit. twattling; drivel, nonsense, moonshine, Fr. bavardage. gobbledegook, humbug, flummery, Sl. bunk, rubbish, Inf. rot, Sl. garbage, Sl. horsefeathers; balderdash, hogwash, stuff and nonsense …

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