Definition Of jabbers

noun

fast, excited talk that makes little sense.

stop your jabber

talk rapidly and excitedly but with little sense.

he jabbered away to his friends

Example Of jabbers

  • A woman jabbered in French into her hands-free phone.

  • After nearly twenty minutes of this pointless and boring (and, in some cases, untruthful) jabber , the coach blew four quick whistle blasts and gave a long, loud holler.

  • After that comment, sure enough her sister conjured up the same lecture about swearing to Blair, Blair was just a bit put down when she couldn't walk away from this incessant jabber of her sister's idea on etiquette.

  • ‘Oh yeah, you can't beat vinyl,’ he jabbers in a red-toothed west coast accent untamed by the phenomenal success of Wet Wet Wet, his band of two decades.

  • Big Bill is so desperate for attention these days that he might actually show up, and then you'd have a hard time getting rid of him as he jabbered on into the wee hours while your other guests stifle yawns and sneak peeks at their watches.


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