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  • n. Plural form of driveler.


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  • And people who do permit these interruptions are not conversationalists; they are mere drivelers.

    Conversation What to Say and How to Say it

  • The journals venturing such an opinion were childish drivelers, putting forth views long since exploded before the whole world.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 29, August, 1873

  • He would put all such drivelers to work upon the roads, and thus make them contribute to the nation's wealth.

    Children of the Market Place

  • But we come back from that inquiry with a mournful conviction that feeble hands now hold the reins of state; that drivelers are taken in as counselors, not provided by the Constitution; that vacillation is the law; and the policy of this great Government is changed with every changing rumor of the day; nay, more, it is changing with every new phase of causeless fear.

    The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government

  • It is not probable that the Directory should send for him from Egypt, in order to say to him: "we are fools and drivelers, unfit to conduct the affairs of the nation; so turn us out of office, and seat yourself in our place."

    Paris as It Was and as It Is

  • Guess we shouldn't expect much from these over-caffeinated drivelers: disrespect, insensitivity, insensibility, incivility, meanness are bits, and laugh lines in this special world.


  • 1, Boyhood & youth; 2, Y & early Manh; 3 the Battle of Life in many lands; 4 age 37 to 40, return & meet grown babies & toothless old drivelers who were the grandees of his boyhood.

    Mark Twain

  • However they swore, and called them loonies, drivelers, and shows, positively no admission without these tickets.

    Pioneers of Alienation and 50s Sci-Fi at Thing Street Asylum

  • The woman’s ability to choose is rooted in her individual conscience, not in her adherence to ancient ancient religious superstitious beliefs or morally superior hand-ringing/meaningless blog drivelers–sound and fury signifying nothing who would accuse her of “shabby thinking”.

    Requiring viewing of pre-abortion ultrasounds: I’m with Crist on this one

  • Mark Twain intended to take the myth a little farther than Homer’s Odysseus; into age, decay, death, toothless drivelers, and vinegary crones.

    Mark Twain


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