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Synonyms for babble

Synonyms for babble

to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

Synonyms for babble

gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby

utter meaningless sounds, like a baby, or utter in an incoherent way

flow in an irregular current with a bubbling noise

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It works with any SIP client, including the free soft-phone from Babble, and any web content displaying telephone numbers can be called by a single mouse click.
The music mixed a myriad of sounds against a dizzying stream of multiple-language babble, enhancing the feeling of a busy cultural crossroads.
In this notebook of thieves, negative children will always babble about little pockets of oppression and political university crap.
The Green Archers crowd was loud and raucous until Ateneo's Blue Babble Battalion took the floor.
com/famecrawler/2012/10/15/at-pumpkin-patch-with-son-max-christina-aguilera-shines-with-fluorescent-pink-hair-photos/) Babble .
Huber used a new approach: The patients were asked to speak louder while a recording of background "multitalker babble noise" was played.
net, an Internet telephony service provider in the UK, enabling new and existing Babble users to make free phone calls from their IP telephone, PC or laptop computer.
But it doesn't make a lot of boring druggie babble any more interesting to sit through.
He spoke in high speed babble and could mould into any shape and pass through solid objects getting himself into all sorts of trouble.
To babble is to talk endlessly and incoherently and BBC's team are experts at it.
Babies exposed to sign language appear to babble meaningfully with their hands, it was claimed last night.
The discovery that babies babble out of the right side of their mouths is the latest evidence suggesting that the infantile sounds are more than noise, say Siobhan Holowka and Laura Ann Petitto of McGill University in Montreal.
A ponderous, yet almost silly, rendering of the Peter Shaffer play, Equus confirms that psychological babble is not the stuff of which ballets are made no matter how determined or talented the dancers are, in this case, Ronald Perry, Calvin Shawn Landers and Tai Jimenez.