gibber[ jib-er, gib- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gibber
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIBBER
She had expected that some demon within him would spring out and gibber.
Such a quality there must be unless when we use the term "works of art" we gibber.
I tell you what, Baron, you blunder in love as you gibber in French.
Persis looked at him, wondering if he had gone mad and begun to gibber.
A monkey chained in one corner began to gibber and mow at me.
What lot or what part has her glory in madmen who gibber and shriek?
Never a word they said, never a sound from the mouths that seemed to gibber.
To do so, with all those noises fraying the edges of her brain, would be to gibber!
The teachers, who must gibber with lunatics, are by no means to blame for these exercises.
"We ought to get up a testimonial and give it to him, because he did not gibber," said Blanche.