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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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Babble.net also announced it will be including the FreeB promotion, including 30 minutes of calls for free everyday to phones in over 25 countries, to customers purchasing the BabbbleStick.
They babble constantly, but are unaware that their utterances aren't intelligible to adults.
Reviewers babble about the amazing visual effects and the ease and grace with which Tarzan "surfs" the trees, but they miss obvious concerns.
However, that statement, like so much of political rhetoric, is babble and based on nothing.
In one passage she focuses the reader's attention on the sudden appearance of a rare and fragile gonepteryx butterfly among the stony outcroppings and dilapidated ruins of Baalbek where tourists babble and gawk.
How we doze upright on buses, how the night overtakes us in the babble of headphones, how the singing and clapping of another generation fade like distant radio as we ride, forehead heavy on the window, how we sleep, how we sleep.
He has just begun to babble; he suspends it for a race that monotonously fascinates, the bird always ahead dipping a monstrous beak to feed or not feed every few seconds while the boy, his miniature legs torquing the wind, closes the distance the bird allows him now and then only to open it again by taking wing.
BIRMINGHAM IT services group Arden has been bought by a London-based cloud computing specialist Babble Cloud.
When Gentiles pray, they tend to babble, thinking that they will be heard because of their many words (cf Mt 6:7).
13, at halftime of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men's basketball game between the Ateneo Blue Eagles and UP Fighting Maroons, members of Ateneo's Blue Babble Battalion took off their jackets, ripped a hand-drawn P1,000 cardboard bill (a reference to the P1,000 budget that the House of Representatives allotted to the Commission on Human Rights), and raised placards with these words, in big, bold letters: 'STOP THE EJKs.
A study in 2014 showed that infants whose parents babble with them learn language faster.
They tested the algorithm's effectiveness against "stationary noise"-a constant noise like the hum of an air conditioner-and then with the babble of other voices in the background.
Even Cook looked bored by having to babble for so long and he looked distinctly uncomfortable.