Synonyme von babble
to talk in a quick, foolish, or muddled wayThey all babbled simultaneously.
The child sat on his knee and gabbled excitedly.
Everyone was chattering away in different languages.
`Oh, you were just brilliant,' she gushed.
waffle (informal, mainly British), , , ,
some guy on TV waffling on about some new product
She prattled on until I wanted to scream.
Radio preachers were gibbering about the end of the world.
rabbit on (British, informal),
What are you rabbiting on about?
I left them there jabbering away
(of streams) to make a low murmuring sounda brook babbling only yards from the door
a narrow channel along which water gurgles
the water that lapped against the pillars of the pier
He looked at the stream bubbling through the trees nearby.
waves splashing against the side of the boat
He turned and murmured something to the professor.
ripple, , ,
Throw a pebble in a pool and it ripples.
muddled or foolish speechHe couldn't make himself heard above the babble.
muddled or foolish speechlots of babble about strategies and tactics
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in the sense of bubble
to move or flow with a gurgling soundHe looked at the stream bubbling through the trees nearby.
in the sense of chatter
to speak quickly and continuously about unimportant thingsEveryone was chattering away in different languages.
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