prattle


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Synonyms for prattle

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to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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Schnidman, who did a PhD at Harvard University on how central bank communications impact financial markets before starting Prattle in 2014, charges $60,000 a year for three to five users to access analysis.
The acquisition of Prattle continues Liquidnet's expansion of its artificial intelligence investment analytics platform.
Al-Ghoul ended by saying that Trump, Greenblatt, and the rest of the US team can "prattle on as much as they wish" about their "ominous" peace plan, but that PA Chairman Abbas is the one who decides:
In a study of more than 155,000 company conference calls over past 19 years, Prattle found that men spoke 92 per cent of the time.
| SIR - So Bob Trueman thinks that party conferences are endless prattle and wind farms are a complete waste of money (Letters, Oct 3).
I WOULD much prefer to rewind Ray Wilkins and watch him play as opposed to listening to him prattle.
More because I cannot lay bare the prattle of so much singing.
Not recommended by doctors, obviously, nor condoned by this newspaper - even if it does sound preferable to contorting yourself on a foam mat while a load of Gwyneth Paltrow clones prattle on about alfalfa sprouts.
The hottie apparently managed to prattle over her love for Botox at Chelsea Handler's show, until the host was exasperated.
But the media's prattle remains incessant, a remorseless 24 hours out of 24.
Mr Prescott, in a message to MPs on a Labour supporters' website, told the party to "take a break from feeding Westminster gossip and hostile press prattle" and concentrate on winning over voters.
night back out, dragging phrases (prattle on rocky roads)
My tutoring staff at UW-Milwaukee read a Tutors' Column ("Prattle of the Sexes," WLN 31.2 [2006]: 14-15.) and had some difficulties with it.
A minor one that irritated me was the television commentators who insisted on talking over the music at the funeral, which was often as beautiful as their prattle was mindless.
ISG member Leon Panetta discussed at a press conference the need "to try to take one last chance at making Iraq work and, more importantly, to take one last chance at unifying this country on this war." Panetta's panaceatic prattle elides the fact that the war was conceived by the Bush White House to divide the country politically, and to the Democrats' disadvantage.