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to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

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If we took any of them too seriously we would all be gibbering wrecks by polling day.
That calmed me right down, from being a gibbering wreck walking on to that field to the player that I am now.
The gibbering over whether they should have been published aside, the episode is an unnerving commentary on European immigration policies.
Which tends to result in material that reduces sentient adults to gibbering, unreflective idiots after prolonged exposure.
the brutal brother, the faceless father gibbering on his
The little rituals, a walk on from a gibbering idiot and overall sense of existential ennui and despair self-consciously recall "Waiting for Godot," hut without the yocks.
Fortunately, last night, a packed out St David's Hall experienced the latter as comedy's man of the moment Peter Kay reduced us to gibbering idiots with our sides well and truly split.
But when it comes to sharing a whole summer with them, the thought turns the big wigs at Lord's into gibbering wrecks.
He completes the entry by citing Hensleigh Wedgwood's Dictionary of English Etymology (1857): 'Gibber, like gabber, jabber, and gabble, represents the sound of rapid talking without reference to meaning, whence gibberish, gibbering, an utterance of articulate sounds without sense.
when that international class of thugs turns on their golden faucets genocide pours out profit chokes on itself the fumes of hell rise from their private spas where the living dead who have no hearts gather gibbering murderous ghouls - we will never be dead like that
Golden, a cafe regular, is unfazed by the spaced-out hostess and gibbering executives looming to edge out the small, five-ft.
When he left the room I crept over to the machine, and it started gibbering at me: 'BIOS.
He tweeted: "I'm a Dylan fan but this is an ill-conceived nostalgia award wrenched from the rancid prostates of senile, gibbering hippies.
FEW things are likely to reduce men and women to gibbering wrecks than having to give some kind of public speech.
Yet when Mr Lotti starts gibbering, they might just pine a little for those earthier days when hefty cult heroes like Jamie Pollock and Andy Morrison might have benefited from some limegreen go-faster stripes.