prattler[ prat-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF prattler
Synonyms for prattler
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRATTLER
I swear that, for a prattler, I deserve to be driven with cudgels from his service by my master!
But she could not explain this to Dot, and Dot was a prattler.
Mr. Prattler (before a portrait of Lady Hamilton by Romney).
She found the first a prattler, and could not perceive any merit in the second.
It was not up above, in the sunlight, that the Prattler spoke; it was here, in this night of the underworld.
Pratt′lebox, a prattler; Pratt′lement, prattle; Pratt′ler, one who prattles: a child.
Happily for Lillie she was not taciturn, but a prattler, and by nature a light-hearted one.
You must become a prattler also, my love, and say many things for me to Henriette—my poor little Henriette!
Was there ever such a prattler as the warm-hearted little brook that ran by the foot of the garden of Woodbine Cottage?
1530s, frequentative of prate (q.v.). Related: Prattled; prattling. The noun is attested from 1550s.