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Word: jabber

Definition: chatter rapidly or unintelligibly


Sentences Containing 'jabber'

And is there less probability in my account of the _Houyhnhnms_ or _Yahoos_, when it is manifest as to the latter, there are so many thousands even in this country, who only differ from their brother brutes in _Houyhnhnmland_, because they use a sort of jabber, and do not go naked?
As a child, he would cry often, which lead the Enslaver to cut out his tongue, causing Jabber to become mute.
In 2010, a tennis school was established in Jaljulia by Iman Jabber and Daniel Kessel.
Jabber the Executioner is a shy and simple character.
Sue and Joanna fight their own little war between which of them is superior, particularly in the area of who does what in the hospital. Their biggest scrap took place when a documentary crew came to film the hospital. Sue wanted to be in charge, but Joanna took charge, but not without Sue declaring Joanna was once a John, claiming "she's still got a jobby-jabber."
With such strong loyalty and prestige behind his character, Monk becomes both a spiritual guide for King Gregor and a supporter of Prince Adam's quest. Monk has been shown to have a Machiavellian side to him as well, as he is not above manipulating Jabber the Executioner when it suits his purposes.
Writing for Screen Jabber, Stuart O'Connor was favorable as well, describing it as a "first-rate ep."

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