- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jabber.
“McCain jabbers on about talking to China and Russia about nukes, and now he's tossing out this red herring about Obama going to Iraq with him!”
“Alan Johnson, who was a union general secretary himself, is right to caution that "a return of the union finger jabbers" will be bad for Labour, especially with the centrist voters in the southern half of the country who must be won back if Labour is to return to power.”
“May 7, 2009 at 7: 18 pm of course i meant the comic will have the logo change, not the band. silly jabbers.”
“More recently, I've had to listen to music or use my noise reduction set to drown out the jabbers on the commuter bus on the way home so I can snooze.”
“Of course the OBAMA jabbers will be doing their dance around the flag pole with all their sarcastic yarns about you.”
“Salome jabbers on about a fabulous new dress, she's planning to do something even more risqué, next time.”
“My mom reads my e-mail, too, and jabbers into my ear whenever I write something.”
“I wouldn't be surprised if CNN just uses the fact that McCain cancelled the interview as a news story and just jabbers about that for a few hours.”
“It could mean a fast talker, but if he jabbers at Erica, then she must understand the jabber and, by extrapolation, jabber back.”
“Here it is, and I quote: ‘He jabbers at her like he does with his pals, real quick.’”
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