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- n. A horse that jibs, i.e. refuses, stops short.
- v. Alternative form of gibber.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A horse that jibs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who jibs; a horse that jibs. Also jib.
- See gibber.
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I think he's knows whats coming in nov. and he's tryin get on the voters good side with a bunch of what i like to call jibber-jabber. mike-sey
Medea Benjamin calls Stewart's type of economically comfortable, politically non-confrontational liberals "the ultimate" slacktivist "who thinks it's always teatime -- time to sit back and jibber jabber."
Mr. T use to call this kind of exchange “jibber jabber”.
Although that doesn't explain who she's speaking to, but maybe she's just jibber-jabbering to herself.
They jibber-jabber about democracy, human rights, the rule of law, accountability, transparency and the rest of it, but will gladly hold hands with bloodthirsty African dictators and walk down the primrose path to maintain their oil, mineral and military strategic interests.
January 20th, 2010 at 6: 13 pm tombaker says: same old righty jibber-jabber. they sound like they did in the run-up to invading iraq.
She also makes heartfelt jibber-jabber when you squeeze her belly.
There's probably like a couple hundred of these jibber-jabbering lie regurgitators in total, and yet the media is treating it like the Vietnam War and Civil Rights protests revisited.
"Who on Earth can understand that Kung Pow jibber-jabber?"
It's a know-it-all, pain-in-the-arse, jibber-jabbering brain tumor that names itself Jack, and insists on coaching Hector through life even as it's threatening to take his life away.