- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blab.
“Emmerdale star Nicola Wheeler has admitted that she does not tell her mother about upcoming storylines in case she "blabs".”
“Whenever the GOP blabs on about the insanely high national debt, we never hear about the two wars fought on a credit card.”
“Tom Welling blabs: Smallville will end next year, by Kathie Huddleston, for SCI FI Wire,, the Syfy news service.”
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“Tom Welling blabs: Smallville will end next year | SCI FI Wire”
“Is he saying he's going to go undercover, and pretend - I don't know - that he's not Agent Dry Mouth, the stupid putz who blabs everything ever told him in secret even as he announces that his word "means something"?”
“… My best guess would be very far from L. A, a family friend blabs.”
“They read him his rights again, and this time he blabs.”
“As they continue down the road, a white man blabs on insensitively, while the others in the bus either roll their eyes or listen to music on their headphones.”
“Baillie blabs in the Oct. 19 issue of Life & Style.”
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