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But parenthood, as Thyrsis found, meant more than charming baby-prattle and the counting of teeth.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
Thus did Captain Glover prattle in his cheerful way while the party made its preparations for the night.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
She paid as little heed to my words as a nurse to the prattle of a child.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
Then, with true wifely instinct she sought to cheer him up with pleasing prattle of a new bonnet he had promised her.
THE FIEND'S DELIGHTDOD GRILE
Rimac is the present participle of rimay, to speak, to prattle.
TRAVELS IN PERU, ON THE COAST, IN THE SIERRA, ACROSS THE CORDILLERAS AND THE ANDES, INTO THE PRIMEVAL FORESTSJ. J. VON TSCHUDI
There was a good deal of such “scurril jesting” in the paper, especially in a department called “Prattle.”
THE COLLECTED WORKS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
To them all his prattle was captivating, devoid as it was of the grossness so conspicuous in his 177 poems.
THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
(Francos to Seldonskip): Again that tongue, in thoughtless prattle wags.
'A COMEDY OF ERRORS' IN SEVEN ACTSSPOKESHAVE (AKA OLD FOGY)
It seemed close to them; they could not distinguish any words, but the tones were those of her usual pretty baby prattle.
PEAK'S ISLANDFORD PAUL
Let us cease from angry words, and not indulge in useless prattle.
THE ELDER EDDAS OF SAEMUND SIGFUSSON; AND THE YOUNGER EDDAS OF SNORRE STURLESONSAEMUND SIGFUSSON AND SNORRE STURLESON

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