from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Idle talk; chatter; gabble.
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He needed to be away from the watchful eyes, the endless gibble-gabble, the tiresome matchmaking games.
Church, when tottering and emblustricated with the gibble-gabble gibberish of this odious error and heresy, is homocentrically poised.
Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong by Pierre Bayard: Ceridwen notes: I just read the book and enjoyed it, even the gibble-gabble part about the intermediate world where readers and author meet with the ...
We see Jamie Foxx doing a good job acting like a schizophrenic, with ups and downs and weird reactions and flashes of genius mixed with gibble-gabble.
Partridge aimed at a historical dictionary of all English slang from the beginning of gibble-gabble, and nothing becomes obsolete quicker than slang.