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Definition of "gabbler" [gab•bler]

  • To utter (words, etc) rapidly and indistinctly; jabber (verb)
  • (of geese and some other birds or animals) to utter rapid cackling noises (verb)
  • Rapid and indistinct speech or noises (noun)
  • One who gabbles, or prates loquaciously on a trifling subject. (noun)

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Use "gabbler" in a sentence
  • "Amos Waughops was no match for the boy with his nimble legs, and, flushed and beaten, the gabbler hobbled back to his desk."
  • "_ Me -- a tee-talker, a green-gabbler, a prattler on the links, the lowest form of life known to science!"
  • "Christendom ever arranged a dinner party of any pretensions without including at least one intensely disagreeable person -- a vain and vapid girl, a hideous woman, a follower of baseball, a stock-broker, a veteran of some war or other, a gabbler of politics."