babel

[ bab-uh l; Russian bah-byil ]SEE DEFINITION OF babel

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BABEL

This stone was thrown at the sainted Stephen, and the other two are from the Tower of Babel.

Between its Babel towers narrow Nassau Street was like a canyon.

"By Babel streams I have sat and wept" almost ever since I wrote you last.

Marcia entered her mother's sitting-room in the midst of what seemed a babel of voices.

It could scarcely be heard above the Babel of tongues which was sounding.

There had been shrill cries, a babel of voices, a noise of kisses.

On the contrary, he seemed quite at his ease in this Tower of Babel.

There had been a moment's pause in the clamour of their babel as the door opened and Israel entered.

There was a Babel of speech going on around, not one word of which I could understand.

A fusillade of shots and a babel of yelling from outside interrupted his words.

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