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- v. Present participle of jabber.
- n. Speech that jabbers; gibberish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. rapid and indistinct speech
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The Monkey-man bored me, however; he assumed, on the strength of his five digits, that he was my equal, and was for ever jabbering at me, jabbering the most arrant nonsense.
Second, all of this "patriotic" jabbering from the likes of Cheney and Frist is so much bullshit.
All of the continuous jabbering from the talking heads and other debates over their decisions is just a passing fog.
My jabbering is the only thing keeping you from getting your Founder beta key.
Somewhere down the road, somebody got it into their head that kids won't watch it unless the themes are saccharine, the voices high and squawky, and there just happens to be some kind of jabbering animal wandering around.
These natives showed no fear or surprise when once in the camp, and, examining our packs and saddles, sat "jabbering" away quite contented, until Breaden struck a match to light his pipe.
Everywhere he heard the same "jabbering" tongue, that Norman
The noises were no longer sharp screams or hoarse coughs, but a kind of jabbering jargon, as if the apes were engaged in a family confabulation.
It just so happens Pamela dear, that we live in Ajijic next to a large estate where the matron owner has had peacocks in the past and owns caged loud and obnoxious parrots constatntly jabbering
Image it from my point of view – trying to make a complex product with the geeks jabbering on and shouting over each other.
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