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gabble (v.)

"to talk noisily, rapidly, and incoherently," 1570s, frequentative of gab (v.), or else imitative. Related: Gabbled; gabbling.

gabble (n.)

"senseless, loud, rapid talk; animal noise," c. 1600, from gabble (v.).

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Definitions of gabble
1
gabble (v.)
speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly;
Synonyms: chatter / piffle / palaver / prate / tittle-tattle / twaddle / clack / maunder / prattle / blab / gibber / tattle / blabber
2
gabble (n.)
rapid and indistinct speech;
Synonyms: jabber / jabbering
From wordnet.princeton.edu