prattle


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Synonyms for prattle

Synonyms for prattle

to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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Cars are torched and politicians prattle impotently.
Prattle, a text analytics company, evaluates global central bank communications using a domain-specific linguistic algorithm and machine learning.
SIR - We are this week treated to endless prattle from the dreary political party shindigs up and down the country.
But instead of looking at ways to do that they prattle on about wind turbines, green taxes, Lords reform, levies on plastic bags and changes to the voting system.
Its bosses will now prattle about "centres of world class e x c e l -lence" and "competition in a global market".
The manager's willingness to analyse, dissect and lay bare superfluous thoughts with his prattle is certainly telling.
I am amazed at such inconsequential prattle actually appearing in the Mail.
Hence the long, guilty silence of Gordon Brown and the fork-tongued prattle of trade secretary Peter Mandelson.
It is confusing the public to prattle on about percentages when the panel's report is perfectly clear.
The Juve star scurried off to Argentina after helping dish out a 2-0 defeat to Scotland and could not wait to prattle on about his torture in Turin with the shamed and relegated giants.
THESE (MOSTLY OLDER WHITE MALE) BUFFS WILL FORGIVE AMTRAK ALMOST ANYTHING, AS THEY PRATTLE ON ENDLESSLY ABOUT THE "ROMANCE" OF RIDING THE RAILS .
While much of the credit (as usual) is due another--in this case, producer Trevor Horn--McLaren mixed then-nascent East Coast hip-hop, radio-DJ prattle, scratching, Zulu, Brazilian and Caribbean music with layers of classical strings, percolating New Wave synthesizer, the double-Dutch rhymes of Harlem schoolgirls, and Appalachian hillbilly songs.
We don't pay our TV licences just so MP's can prattle on in an old hall.
There's an eerie continuity that runs from Moynihan's absurd prattle about the need to inculcate discipline among the poor, to Wilson's focus on social pathology, to Klein's ugly rant against poor people's supposed lack of "restraint.
Reagan, his Republicans and the sizable caucus of "defense Democrats" who have joined this latest intervention prattle about restoring democracy, protecting religion and saving the hemisphere from communism.