gabble


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Synonyms for gabble

Synonyms for gabble

rapid and indistinct speech

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Immediacy, street life, gabble, things that engage for the shortest of moments.
And if there are one or two places where she tends to gabble her lines she throws herself into whatever scene she happens to be in - including a manic rude rote song with other cast members - with goodwill and a cheeky smile.
It degenerates into a gabble, lacking unity and a clearly-defined shape.
Why is it that everything now seems to be geared towards the convenience of mobile phone users, without a thought being given to those who have to suffer this explosion of gabble and invasion of private space?
And as for Bryan - 'to him the simian gabble of the country crossroads was not gabble, but wisdom of an occult and superior sort'.
In the central role of Stanhope, the commanding officer fast becoming an alcoholic wreck, Tom Wisdom is a little inclined to gabble so that some of his lines are hard to catch - the Hippodrome's are probably not the friendliest acoustics.
Having read the rest of B Smart's gabble, I find him guilty of being narrow-minded, and he should appreciate that a track such as Sittingbourne, with such a great running surface, should be encouraged to take on the other tracks at their own game.
Performances are fine, no complaints apart from a tendency to gabble. The young man leaving home, Kevin, as played by Matthew Dunphy, rattles along in jolly style.
.undistinguished things to senses ruck seemed depressingly unaware that today's music has moved way beyond mere experimentation and dabbling in texts of sub-Joycean stream-of-consciousness -what an embarrassment for Malcolm Layfield's excellent Goldberg strings to have to gabble this dross and stamp their feet occasionally (and doesn't the title say it all).
Both Diamond and O'Neill gabble like old women having a blue rinse at the local salon and are not short of a controversial opinion.
There's the usual doubling up (a cast of six play more than 20 characters) from a pretty competent company, even if the promising Victoria Hughes, in creating a very non-Garland Dorothy, tended to gabble occasionally.
His five minute gabble about his wedding plans is hysterical.