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Synonyms for blabber

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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With a sleek easy-to-use design, the Blabber App interface provides options for recording, playback, and sharing.
What's the point of encouraging people to blabber away in a redundant tongue?
the leading platform for consumer projection of self into digital life, today released a beta version of Blabber for Skype, a free plug-in to the Skype Internet phone system that animates your photo-realistic, Big Stage 3 D avatar (called an @ctor) and automatically lip synchs spoken words as part of real-time virtual character conversation.
So sometimes it's a release to just blabber away to each other without having to think first.
Prepare yourself to answer these types of questions and make sure you do not mumble or blabber during the actual interview.
Here's the beauty of that approach: The caller, being a brainless non-person, has no way of heeding the warning, so it just goes on with the blabber.
Accordingly, any rational consideration of the social, political and economic situation becomes the object of suspicions, and can only be erased by the adoption of the official blabber on "principles", "constants", "historical accomplishments" and the "wise command".
The MP immediately came out in defence of the murderer with the usual cock and bull stories politicians blabber.
The Swiss People's Party (SVP) may claim that their commitment is to keep Switzerland secular, devoid of symbols of oppression (as in a mosque's minaret), but this only sounds like incoherent blabber and reflects nothing but a growing tendency towards racism, intolerance and ethnocentrism.
Sounds lovely, sure, but where's the Aberdeen Angus they blabber on about on the website?
I didn't want to tell everyone - it's not necessary to blabber it out to everyone.
Since I'm an authority on push-ups, not to mention a big blabber mouth, this secret book became a necessity," laughs Skup.
A lot of the time, people will blabber out something.
So-called PR experts blabber on about his hairstyle, his relationship with Charlotte Church, his dress sense, 'cool' attitude and heaven knows what else that has nothing to do with his skill as a rugby player.
Did you, too, find yourself thinking you'd be willing to put up with five whole minutes of blabber from McCririck, or Thommo himself, if they'd only let you watch just one more race?