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- adj. Tending to blab or gossip a lot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as blabbermouthed 1.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unwisely talking too much
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Bossy and blabby, he gives his tribemates eye strain from all the eye-rolling, and they're presumably not even privy to his "male lion" growl shtick.
Stafford plays a blabby society dame in the September 27 episode.
Page 62 Okay Diary keep your blabby mouth shut but all I, like, EVER want to do these days is kiss kiss kiss Justin Bieber on that cute little nose!
The always blabby Italian Primer Minister suggests the world markets may be closed to "rewrite the rules of international Finance" Yikes
A losing staff is a blabby staff, eager to dish dirt and dodge responsibility.
And it's also sullied by blabby mc-blog-en-stein over here telling more and more people about it.
Laurence isn't the most blabby or argumentative guy.
There is a blabby, effervescent, messianic quality to his public persona -- a lack of restraint and gravitas -- that seems quite generational.
At the moment, I'm back to being blabby about meetings if asked.
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