- v. present participle of prattle.
“On the kick ass and finish the job side Larry had the old ugly puss of Ben Stein prattling on and Jesse practically called him a pisant coward/traitor to his face. smintheus Says:”
“Ah yes, a GOP leg humper, again prattling on about “personal responsibility” while apologizing and excuse-making for years about the godawful Bush presidency and the GOP record for the last 3 decades … … ..”
“And, when all the prattling is over, the stark fact will remain – the Boy King is adopting the classic ambiguous fudge on "Europe", trying to run with the hare and the hounds.”
“Yet all she demonstrates with her vapid prattling is how totally divorced she is from any semblance of reality.”
“Heck what do I know I'm just some commenter with a stupid name prattling away on this far flung corner of the blogosphere.”
“Mens, yet though it could not be called a prattling Face, it would sometimes tell Tales to a good Observer.”
“As far as "prattling" goes, if you think commenting on CIA tactics that involve trading prescription-only, potentially dangerous drugs (with people you purport to care for) for questionable intelligence is incessant chatter then don't engage.”
“Even plucky newcomer Cole Stratton as "Ed," a real estate office co-worker, does a fine job in the time he has on screen with his mindless prattling about America's Top Model even as he's skarfing down drugged brownies.”
“Stop prattling like a damned Bedlamite and do something.”
““What are you prattling on about, you chatty old scalawag?””
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