from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal One who talks indiscreetly or incessantly.
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- n. a gossip
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone who gossips indiscreetly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who gossips indiscreetly
"I've never been called a blabbermouth more tactfully."
In the interest of fair play, a young sophomore like Franks has probably been unfairly characterized as a blabbermouth whose remarks were made more out of than normal because â€ "hey â€" what else are we going to write about this week?
'' The shorthand for Chris in the gossip columns is always 'blabbermouth' or 'cable yakker' or something, '' said Nancy Nathan, the executive producer of '' The Chris Matthews Show. ''
Those that serve the end-of-time demons will worry more about whether to have milk or cream in their coffee than whether to order the removal of this annoying 'blabbermouth'.
He was a completely cocky and reckless blabbermouth, but the Galus should have kept him anyways.
Once again, Fox's Bill O'Reilly has put his giant Republican foot in his blabbermouth.
I think the former VEEP is a CREEP, but there are some things that the CIA does which shouldn't be shared with our blabbermouth congressmen (and women).
We can only hope that this blabbermouth, dimwit keeps talking incessantly.
With "Shutterbugg," Big Boi is a blabbermouth of the highest order, unleashing the song's refrain in a staccato rush: "Now party people in the club it's time to cut a rug/And throw the deuce up in the sky just for the shutterbugs."
In next week's installment, Collingsworth has become fairly famous thanks to Lily the blabbermouth, and the couple are besieged by pale-faced Goth teens wherever (almost) they go.