gibbering

[ jib-er, gib- ]SEE DEFINITION OF gibbering
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It is then that you will get the gibbering of returning life.

She lay listening to a quivering, gibbering tune that she did not know.

"You be a brave Buckra," said she, in her gibbering English.

Shake up, you gibbering fools; luff her a bit and make fast.

Our society is becoming a veritable babel of gibbering crowds.

He sent a host of gibbering Giaour ghosts to hell while on his way to heaven.

With knocking knees and gibbering to himself, he went about feeding the others.

(With gibbering baboon's cries he jerks his hips in the cynical spasm) Hik!

An ape-man ran past them, gibbering, mad with fright, and dived to the track.

The patients have all escaped and are gibbering in the open fields.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, probably a back-formation from gibberish. Related: Gibbered; gibbering.

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