- v. Simple past tense and past participle of babble.
“By means of pure echolalia, without associating ideas with the word babbled in imitation, the child learns, to be sure, to articulate words likewise; but he does not learn to understand them or to use them properly unless coincidences, intentional or accidental, show him this or that result when this or that word is uttered by him.”
“I just kind of babbled on and wanted to talk, I suppose, to the viewers, like I might talk to a friend in the kitchen.”
“ Lit., 'became slippery,' Gn.; 'babbled' (as a brook), or”
“It was in the back of a police car that Shannon Matthews 'mother Karen allegedly' babbled 'to neighbours over what had happened to her daughter.”
“I thought McKidd was equally strong conveying the pain as he talked Teddy through her surgery while she babbled on about her husband, not knowing he'd just died.”
“Mason babbled about his food and tried to fit carrots on his little spoon.”
“He babbled, We were waiting for the fries to finish, and we got a little bored.”
“She bawled and babbled incoherently the first night.”
“A rancorous onslaught babbled forth, and I asked for the questions to come one at a time.”
““Darn your powers of cuteness,” I grumbled at the baby, who babbled and grabbed at my nose.”
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