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Jabber   Listen
Jabber  v. t.  To utter rapidly or indistinctly; to gabble; as, to jabber French.

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"Jabber" Quotes from Famous Books

... the Major, shaking hands. "The crowd's to be at Andrews' by four, and it's fully that now; so come on at once. We'll go 'round by Munson's and have Hi send a boy to look after your horse. Come; I want to introduce my friend here to you, and we'll all want to smoke and jabber a little in appropriate seclusion. Come on." And the impatient Major had linked arms with his hesitating ally and myself, and was turning the corner ...
— Complete Works of James Whitcomb Riley • James Whitcomb Riley

... the men, an Italian, climbed to the forecastle deck in order to see more clearly what sort of danger they were running into. He came back instantly, and his swarthy face was green with terror. Though he spoke English well enough, he began to jabber wildly in his mother tongue. None paid heed to him. It was common knowledge that the vessel must be lost, and that those who still lived when she struck would have the alternatives of being drowned, or beaten to pieces against the frowning rocks, or shot ...
— The Stowaway Girl • Louis Tracy

... cautioned Cousin. "There it is again! A Mingo talkin', a Seneca, I'd say—Hear that jabber! Delaware—Wyandot—Taway (Ottawa). With a blanket o' Shawnee pow-wow. By heavens, Morris! This is Cornstalk's whole force. They've learned that Dunmore is at the Hockhockin' an' will be j'inin' up with Lewis ...
— A Virginia Scout • Hugh Pendexter

Words linked to "Jabber" :   mouth off, speak, verbalize, gabble, rant, rave, rabbit on, jabbering, jabberer, utter, verbalise, mouth, spout

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