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  • n. One who jabbers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who jabbers.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who jabbers.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone whose talk is trivial drivel

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Examples

  • He was also a relentless jabberer; he did not shut up from the moment we were introduced.

    After Iraq

  • Now that reality has intruded, with a swift military victory and a warm welcome from Iraqi civilians, one wonders: Will TV jabberer Chris Matthews admit his foolishness in writing, “This invasion of Iraq, if it goes off, will join the Bay of Pigs, Vietnam, Desert One, Beirut and Somalia in the history of military catastrophe”?

    Think Progress » National Review Editor: Iraq May Be Turning Into Bush’s Vietnam

  • Even Merriman, 'the greatest jabberer of the crowd', grew pumpkins by proxy with coloured workers, 'save when he can get white aristocratic convicts to slave for less pay'. 38

    Class & Colour in South Africa 1850-1950 - Chapter 6

  • PROCTOR: But — surely you know what a jabberer she is.

    The Crucible

  • The white people seated themselves on the ledge and watched the impassioned jabberer.

    Nedra

  • " He was all but ready to draw his sword and put an end to the bold but perjuring jabberer.

    Into the Thinking Kingdoms

  • a jabberer in the composing-room, and he has jabbered himself right out of it and into a pretty good thing.

    The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes

  • "They say he always was a jabberer in the composing-room, and he has jabbered himself right out of it and into a pretty good thing.

    The Big Bow Mystery

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