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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Someone whose talk is trivial drivel.

Usage examples (9)
  • PROCTOR: But — surely you know what a jabberer she is.
  • He was also a relentless jabberer; he did not shut up from the moment we were introduced.
  • Even Merriman, 'the greatest jabberer of the crowd', grew pumpkins by proxy with coloured workers, 'save when he can get white aristocratic convicts to slave for less...
  • Now that reality has intruded, with a swift military victory and a warm welcome from Iraqi civilians, one wonders: Will TV jabberer Chris Matthews admit his foolishness... for more
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