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Word: babble

Definition: chatter idly or foolishly; make continuous sounds like water running gently over rounded stone; N.


Sentences Containing 'babble'

Despite the mixed feelings towards the narrative and themes of the pack, Donlan's review also praised the humor and entertainment value of the pack, stating that "New U stations now babble about necromancy, loot chests can hide mimics and often come with many-sided dice stuck on top, there's a really great joke about punching stuff, and you're carried through it all by that endless ebb and flow between shooting things and picking over their corpses.
He has also been a useful resource for national news websites, including The Associated Press's Big Story and Disney's Babble.
In the poem, about nature, he wrote: "...the lambs on the tree-nooked hillside this day bleating/ heard in Blake's old ear, the silent thought of Wordsworth in eld Stillness/ clouds passing through skeleton arches of Tintern Abbey-/ Bard Nameless as the Vast, babble to Vastness!".
It is being sold both individually, and as part of two special boxed sets, the first of which includes the "" DVD and an exclusive DVD featuring a fully filmed episode of "Hollywood Babble-On".
Of all the shows that featured at SModcastle, only "Hollywood Babble-On" and "Jay Silent Bob Get Old" continued regularly at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club Podcast Theatre until April 2013.
Smith successfully moved both the live recordings of "Hollywood Babble-On" and "Jay Silent Bob Get Old" to the new venue.
Though she goes into a coma, the girl apparently managed to babble about what she saw to a reporter.

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