prattle

  • 141chatter — 1. verb they chattered excitedly Syn: prattle, chat, gossip, jabber, babble; informal yatter; Brit.; informal natter, chunter, rabbit on 2. noun she tired him with her chatter Syn: prattle, chat, gos …

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  • 142babble — bab•ble [[t]ˈbæb əl[/t]] v. bled, bling, n. 1) to utter sounds or words imperfectly, indistinctly, or without meaning 2) to talk idly, irrationally, excessively, or foolishly; chatter or prattle 3) to make a continuous murmuring sound 4) to utter …

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  • 143κωτίλλει — κωτίλλω prattle pres ind mp 2nd sg κωτίλλω prattle pres ind act 3rd sg …

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  • 144κωτίλλοντα — κωτίλλω prattle pres part act neut nom/voc/acc pl κωτίλλω prattle pres part act masc acc sg …

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  • 145κωτίλλου — κωτίλλω prattle pres imperat mp 2nd sg (attic epic doric) κωτίλλω prattle imperf ind mp 2nd sg (attic epic doric) …

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  • 146κωτίλλω — prattle pres subj act 1st sg κωτίλλω prattle pres ind act 1st sg …

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  • 147κώτιλλε — κωτίλλω prattle pres imperat act 2nd sg κωτίλλω prattle imperf ind act 3rd sg (homeric ionic) …

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  • 148babble — [n] trivial talk, often incessant blubbering, burble, chatter, clamor, drivel, gab, gabble, gibberish, gossip, gushing, idle talk, jabber, jabbering, jargon, murmur, muttering, prattle, ranting, tattling; concepts 266,278 Ant. quiet, sense,… …

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  • 149chat — [n] talk, often short babble, bull session, chatter, conversation, converse, gab*, gas*, gossip, heart to heart*, hot air*, jabber*, palaver, prattle*, rap*, rap session*, tête à tête, visit, yak*; concept 278 Ant. quiet, silence chat [v] talk,… …

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  • 150chatter — [n] constant or rapid talk babble, blather, chat, chitchat, gas*, gossip, jabber*, palaver, prattle*, twaddle, yakking*; concepts 266,278 Ant. drawl chatter [v] speak fast and non stop babble, blab*, blather, cackle, chat, chitchat, clack, gab*,… …

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  • 151gab — [n] conversation blab*, blather*, chat, chitchat*, gossip, idle talk*, loquacity*, palaver*, prattle, small talk*, talk, tête à tête, tongue wagging*, yak*, yakkety yak*; concept 278 Ant. silence gab [v] talk a lot blabber*, blather*, buzz*,… …

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  • 152gossip — [n1] talk about others; rumor account, babble, back fence talk*, blather, blether, buzz*, calumny, chatter, chitchat*, chronicle, clothesline*, conversation, cry, defamation, dirty laundry*, dirty linen*, dirty wash*, earful*, grapevine*, hearsay …

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  • 153patter — [n1/v1] light walk; soft beat chatter, pad, pat, pelt, pitapat*, pitter patter*, rat a tat*, rattle, scurry, scuttle, skip, tap, tiptoe, trip; concepts 65,149 patter [n2] casual talk argot, cant, chatter, dialect, jabber*, jargon, jive*, line*,… …

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  • 154yak — / yap [n/v] talk a lot babble, blather, chat, chatter, clack, confabulate, gab, gossip, jabber, jaw*, prate, prattle, run on*, tattle, yammer; concepts 51,266 yap [v1] bark bay, woof, yelp; concept 64 yap [v2] …

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  • 155yap — yak / yap [n/v] talk a lot babble, blather, chat, chatter, clack, confabulate, gab, gossip, jabber, jaw*, prate, prattle, run on*, tattle, yammer; concepts 51,266 yap [v1] bark bay, woof, yelp; concept 64 yap [v2] …

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  • 156babble — [bab′əl] vi. babbled, babbling [ME bablen; akin to Norw bable, Swed babbla, Ger babbeln, to prattle, L balbutire, to stammer, Sans balbuthah, stammerer: of echoic orig.] 1. to make incoherent sounds, as a baby does; prattle 2. to talk foolishly… …

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  • 157prattlement — mənt noun ( s) Etymology: prattle (I) + ment : prattle …

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  • 158blatter — I. ˈblad.ə(r), atə intransitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: perhaps from Latin blaterare to chatter more at blatant 1. dialect : to talk noisily and fast : prattle …

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  • 159prat·tle — /ˈprætl̩/ verb, prattles, prattled, prattling [no obj] : to talk for very long about something that is not important or interesting They prattled on into the night, discussing school, music, and friends. prattle noun [noncount] I was tired of… …

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  • 160Babble — Bab ble (b[a^]b b l), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Babbled} (b[a^]b b ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Babbling}.] [Cf. LG. babbeln, D. babbelen, G. bappeln, bappern, F. babiller, It. babbolare; prob. orig., to keep saying ba, imitative of a child learning to… …

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