To talk rapidly, unintelligibly, or idly.(verb-intransitive)
To utter rapidly or unintelligibly.(verb-transitive)
Rapid or babbling talk.(noun)
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Use "jabber" in a sentence
"But there's a lot of conversation, there's a lot of talk, there's a lot of jabber, which is very similar, they say, to what happened right before September 11."
"* Not known as a jabber Valero nevertheless out-jabbed a converted right-hander known for his solid stick 87-47."
"And if he was busy above stairs with the governor, there was another busy below with us poor English servants, a kind of subordinate priest, a low Italian; as he could speak no language but his own, he was continually jabbering to us in that, and by hearing him the maids and myself contrived to pick up a good deal of the language, so that we understood most that was said, and could speak it very fairly; and the themes of his jabber were the beauty and virtues of one whom he called"