(verb)Simplepasttense and pastparticiple of gabble.
(verb) to utter (words, etc) rapidly and indistinctly; jabber
(verb) (of geese and some other birds or animals) to utter rapid cackling noises
(noun) rapid and indistinct speech or noises
Use "gabbled" in a sentence
"Tom Byam Shaw's Ariel may swing on a trapeze from time to time but his speech – at first strangely elongated, then gabbled – is earthbound and he trips around the stage as if he were an obliging ballet student rather than a sharp-edged sprite."
"As they caught sight of Ah Cho they gabbled among themselves in low voices."
"A district nurse came, gabbled into her mobile phone inches away from Dan's ear, a doctor, another nurse."