Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who prattles; a puerile or trifling talker.
- n. One who prattles or is inclined to do so.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who prattles.
- n. someone who speaks in a childish way
- From prate; prattle + -er (Wiktionary)
“prattler," who persists in believing in his own innocence in spite of the unmistakable judgment of his just Creator and the unanimous testimony of his candid friends.”
“But I am not Rasputin, and you will not play the prattler with me.”
“So I hope you won't find that I'm either a prattler or being tedious today.”
“The thoughtless prattler answered promptly, that she had seen him only a few days before.”
“Any how, it looks like Austrian foreign minister, Ursula Plassnik, prattler-in-chief want to sidestep discussions on the EU constitution, and wants everyone to focus on "steps that can be taken independently".”
“In this manner the little prattler diverted herself.”
“Will it not be presently time, O prattler, to hold your tongue, and let younger people speak?”
“Asks some booby rebuke, some prolix prattler a judgment?”
“She was the most artless prattler, and was soon confiding her girlish secrets, dreams, and fears; I learned that her doting great-uncle had brought her on the cruise as a betrothal present, and that on her return to Vienna she was to be married to a most aristocratic swell, a graf no less, whom she had never seen and who was on the brink of the grave, being all of thirty years old.”
“Conversing with a prattler just makes you want to gnaw your arm off to escape.”
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