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- noun Plural form of
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The men who knew everything were deformed like rubber babels.
He babels with “reckless abandon,” like the mindless idiot that he is.
And yet everyone babels on as though she was in the next room.
Children's anger, mere babels; wretched souls bearing up dead bodies, that they may not have their fall so soon: even as it is in that common dirge song.
ST: Huntelaar (loan) yh babels goals v derby/the 4th v arsenal/Lyon goal
Oh we dont have one … (babels a winger now … dont forget)
McCain's top energy expert in the US babels incoherently.