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Synonyms for gab

the gift of the gab

Synonyms for gab

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

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King Henry VIII's sixth-form students have also been demonstrating their gift of the gab.
When he finishes in Seattle, the whole family flies off to Lanai, Hawaii, where they will bask in the sun for a five-day, all-expenses-paid vacation in exchange for 45 minutes of Gray's gift of the gab being shared with other guests at a luxury hotel.
And while the Irish are famous for having the gift of the gab, 45% of those surveyed have yet to kiss the Blarney Stone in Co Cork.
Gabby Young & Other Animals' new album, One Foot In Front of The Other, is out now on Gift of the Gab Records, distributed through Universal.
HIGH school students with the gift of the gab have debated their way to success.
premiere of Mr Nice, in which Ifans stars as theWelsh charmer with the gift of the gab, 65-year-old Marks said the actor was the ideal choice to play him because of his "deep sincerity and his wisdom".
Her subject is the Rev Cotton Marcus (Fabian), a charismatic preacher with the gift of the gab and a penchant for magic tricks.
You have to be a big head to be a good dancer - and I've got that - and I've got enough gift of the gab to make sure I'll give as good as I get from the judges.
The manager of Division One side Winchester City rates alongside Holloway as a man who has the gift of the gab, and his programme notes after a recent defeat at Thatchammade entertaining reading.
The judge Annest Rowlands decided Mared and Ffion from Rhosybol had the gift of the gab, while on the dancing front judge Susan Bracegirdle had a difficult task but placed disco divas Rhosybol first.
Now Maria has the gift of the gab and quite a good imagination but if she had started telling me 1001 stories after we first got married I would have been down the pub double quick-sticks.
Note the stylish hat and how he clearly had the gift of the gab even then.
A short drive north is Blarney Castle where legend has it if you kiss the famous stone you'll be blessed with the gift of the gab.
The second part of the Henry Smart trilogy sees the handsome Celt with the gift of the gab meeting legendary jazzman Louis Armstrong and rubbing shoulders with gangsters such as Al Capone.
And they're hoping Baxter has the gift of the gab to bring them back into the fold.