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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blabber.
  • noun Plural form of blabber.

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Examples

  • For these 'plots' have been so inchoate (the Queens/Denver 'axis'), involved such incompetent persons (e.g. the Times Square "some assembly required" dunderhead), or were so dependent on FBI instigation and assistance (the Newburgh street corner blabbers) as to have constituted no serious danger.

    Michael Brenner: A Phony War

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • For these 'plots' have been so inchoate (the Queens/Denver 'axis'), involved such incompetent persons (e.g. the Times Square "some assembly required" dunderhead), or were so dependent on FBI instigation and assistance (the Newburgh street corner blabbers) as to have constituted no serious danger.

    Michael Brenner: A Phony War

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • Hume says he deserves time to make the adjustment, but blabbers about how Obama hasn't figured out "what went wrong."

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • For these 'plots' have been so inchoate (the Queens/Denver 'axis'), involved such incompetent persons (e.g. the Times Square "some assembly required" dunderhead), or were so dependent on FBI instigation and assistance (the Newburgh street corner blabbers) as to have constituted no serious danger.

    Michael Brenner: A Phony War

  • But if past is prologue, McChrystal's blabbers remorse is only temporary and before long, the general will be riding shot gun while his ego steers him on the speaking circuit with a book deal and a talk show -- on a network that can't resist his anti-Obama charm.

    Molly Secours: Blabbers Remorse, White Entitlement, and General Stanley McChrystal's Ego

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