Synonyms for gabble
Antonyms for gabble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GABBLE
And all the time the gabble of the women mocked at the silence of death.
While I cannot but be grateful to Mrs. Gabble for her kindness, I wish it had taken some other shape.
Mrs. Gabble, it is not a question of harm, but of obedience, here.
“Oh, I would not take that gabble of a priest seriously if I were you,” he suggested.
And the rest o' the tune it was all gabble, gabble by the brothers and sisters about you.
But I don't want you to gabble about where you found me sleeping.'
It must have acted as a fine check, though, on people who just wanted to gabble.
What business has you to gabble on so while you are in limbo?
The confusion of Babel did not surpass the present gabble of a West-India market.
You don't mean to tell me you were able to make her gabble a bit?
1570s, frequentative of gab (q.v.), or else imitative. Related: Gabbled; gabbling.