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She was prattling along fearlessly, her cheeks flushed, her eyes glistening.
He had carried his little daughter, laughing and prattling to him, down from the nursery, and had put her in her mother's arms.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN
And he blushed, for the little girls artless prattling and friendliness were already beginning to make him quite human.
He left his wife to defend herself, and he left the prattling babes to be defended by their mother and by nature.
Markham was prattling on amiably, still trying not to be overcome by the funny joke of Bean owning things.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
Maybe it was Greek philosophy, but it also was the prattling of an infant delighted by the discovery that it can speak.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
I thought of all these things as I listened to the prattling of the Dingbats.
FORE!CHARLES EMMETT VAN LOAN
I found myself surrounded by a swarm of excited women in strange attire, prattling a language I could not understand.
MY COUNTRYMARIE, QUEEN OF RUMANIA
The songs in this department are adapted to children who have passed the period of prattling infancy.
The question was asked so reflectively that Mrs. Davis almost stopped to think; but the habit of prattling carried her on.

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