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synonyms for blabber

  • babble
  • gabble
  • jabber
  • nonsense
  • prattle
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antonyms for blabber

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How to use blabber in a sentence

Compared with a British admiral, Tacitus was a loquacious and copious blabber and babbler.
ADMIRALS OF THE BRITISH NAVYFRANCIS DODD
If you like to tell me more, you can do it quite safely; I'm no blabber, and I'm not a rascal.
IN THE YEAR OF JUBILEEGEORGE GISSING
He is no blabber, to divulge secrets committed to his bosom for security by confiding friendship.
TALKERSJOHN BATE
Pal, we're blabber-mouths compared with your British Intelligence Service.
DAVE DAWSON ON GUADALCANALROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
Just as soon as a woman reads a book, she's got to talk highfurlutin' blabber.
A YANKEE FROM THE WESTOPIE READ
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WORDS RELATED TO BLABBER

  • babblemouth
  • babbler
  • bag of wind
  • bigmouth
  • blabber
  • blabberer
  • blowhard
  • chatterbox
  • chatterer
  • gabber
  • gasbag
  • gossiper
  • gossipmonger
  • jabberer
  • loudmouth
  • motor-mouth
  • squealer
  • tattletale
  • windbag
  • yapper
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