IPA: gˈæbʌɫ


  • Confused or unintelligible speech.


  • (transitive, intransitive) To talk fast, idly, foolishly, or without meaning.
  • To utter inarticulate sounds with rapidity.

Examples of "gabble" in Sentences

  • I've also removed a lot of stuff that was just gabble.
  • 'gabble'; he gets 'beyond drivelling' into something more like
  • You gabble us about Bunjevatz people and Jews and nothing else.
  • How that old lady did smile and (as she herself laughingly said) "gabble" her delight!
  • I thought perhaps she had cast some strange glamour upon you to make you gabble so stupidly.
  • Gabble, gabble, gabble, gabble, quack, quack, quack and cock a doodle do — Will you scold Betsy Howyes for me?
  • "When I 'read the minutes' I just reach back in my mind and recall what the gabble was the night before -- I've got an awfully good memory.
  • During the trial in the Federal courthouse in DC, the TV trucks had permanent positions on the street, and marked spots for their stand-ups to gabble into their microphones.
  • Raúl Esparza, cast as a fey mathematician who tries to explain chaos theory to Hannah, makes the mistake of reducing his big speech to unintelligible gabble, while Mr. Crudup is too genial to be convincing as a waspishly malicious academic.
  • She began to imagine a war of words, to see the Polish words and the English words coming at each other, stalking forward, not sentences, just words, gabble gabble gabble, flung out high and shrill and stalking forward and then grappling with each other.
  • “It was a fine summer’s night, and there was not wind enough to fill a sky-sail, and on I went the back-way to the place where we used to meet in the summer-house: but as I was nearing it, I thought I heard two voices: I hove to, and listened. it was a mongrel kind of gabble, between

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