Babble in a sentence

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Definition of Babble

  • To utter words indistinctly or unintelligibly; to utter inarticulate sounds; as a child babbles.
  • To talk incoherently; to utter unmeaning words.
  • To talk much; to chatter; to prate.
  • To make a continuous murmuring noise, as shallow water running over stones.
  • To utter in an indistinct or incoherent way; to repeat, as words, in a childish way without understanding.
  • To disclose by too free talk, as a secret.
  • Idle talk; senseless prattle; gabble; twaddle.
  • Inarticulate speech; constant or confused murmur.
  • gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby
  • divulge confidential information or secrets
  • to talk foolishly
  • utter meaningless sounds, like a baby, or utter in an incoherent way
  • flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise

How to use babble in a sentence. Babble pronunciation.

Amid all the vain babble of the other characters, Solomin stands out salient, the man who will eventually save Russia without knowing it.
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Catherine's step awoke him; the awaking was painful, and he couldn't collect his thoughts enough to answer Catherine; and feeling that he must appear to her daft, he tried to speak, but his speech was only babble.
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While Ralph took off his coat, she had time to notice the ferns and photographs and draperies, and to hear a hum, or rather a babble, of voices talking each other down, from the sound of them.
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Then they listened to the gurgle and babble of the tiny river, as it came rushing and dashing over the rock in many an eddy and swirl, while from far away up in the darkness there were mysterious whisperings and musical echoes that were strange to hear.
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He realized that some subtle game depended upon the memories of the past strangely evoked by the artless Anstruther's babble.
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As to the babble of the London world about a 'very young wife,' he scorned it completely, but it belonged to the calculation.
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Pitiful temporary babble and balderdash, in comparison to what the Silences can say to one.
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There was a momentary pause in the babble of conversation as the two stalked boldly in, and a score of suspicious glances were leveled at them, for the Chief was well known in the Italian quarter.
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There was a babble of laughter, of curses, of expostulation, shafts of badinage flew at the Sicilian merchant.
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By now the street beneath the girls was half filled with people; it echoed to a babble of voices, to the shuffle and tread of a coming multitude, and an instant later out of every thoroughfare which fronted upon the grim old prison structure streamed the people of New Orleans.
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Proceeding along the Rue de l'Alma, and listening to the babble of French voices round him, he suddenly paused abstractedly, and said to himself "Somehow it brings back Paris to me, and that last night there, when I bade Freeman good-bye.
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Large-measured f. Boorish and counterfeit f. Babble f. Pleasant f.
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And what will lead to the science and art of Human Engineering is knowledge of time-binding phenomena—not vain babble about an essence of time-binding power.
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In reality, her gentle babble passed over him almost unheeded.
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With vollies of eternal babble, And clamour, more unanswerable.
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He was ready to crush, and especially to crush indiscreet babble in the shop.
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But Henry never could keep a secret even when it concerned his most important interests, and nothing would serve him but he must often babble of his great projects even to their minutest details in presence of courtiers and counsellors whom in his heart he knew to be devoted to Spain and in receipt of pensions from her king.
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This babble shall not henceforth trouble me; Here is a coile with protestation: Goe, get you gone: and let the papers lye: You would be fingring them, to anger me Lu.
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They haled her to a witch's doom, They matched her shining hair with flame- But ever through the cloister's gloom The mad monk babbles of her name!
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Thus, sighing and a-swoon, did Helen fair, a Duchess proud-" "Ah!" cried Beltane, clenching sudden fist, "what base and lying babble do ye speak?
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Examples of Babble

Example #1
His power of will is in inverse proportion to his fluency of speech.
Example #2
He is the man of practical worth, the man who is not passion's slave, and Turgenev loved him for the same reason that Hamlet loved Horatio.
Example #3
Such sternness as her letter betrayed was not characteristic of her; she didn't understand, and never would.
Example #4
Eva Maguire was no good; there would never be any music worth listening to in his parish again.
Example #5
The rigidity of extreme shyness came over her.
Example #6
She kept as far behind Denham as she could, and walked stiffly after him into a room blazing with unshaded lights, which fell upon a number of people, of different ages, sitting round a large dining-room table untidily strewn with food, and unflinchingly lit up by incandescent gas.