Babble - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- to talk foolishly (syn: blather, blether, blither, smatter)
- flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise (syn: bubble, burble, guggle, gurgle, ripple)
- divulge confidential information or secrets (syn: blab, peach, sing, talk, tattle)
Pay no attention to her. She's just babbling.
He'll babble on about sports all night if you let him.
Her cousins were babbling in an unfamiliar dialect.
They began to curse and shout in a babble of language.
He babbled on and on about how he was ruining me.
Kids babbled without stopping.
In his fear of the police, the prisoner babbled out his guilt.
He babbled the secret out to his friends.
I have no idea what he was babbling on about.
the babble of a crowded party
He babbled a few words to her.
The two women babbled and crooned at the baby
he felt a compulsion to babble on about the accident
...with the babble of the brook as an obbligato, we enjoyed our picnic...
present participle: babbling
past tense: babbled
past participle: babbled