Pronunciation of Jabber
/d͡ʒˈabə/, /dʒˈabə/, /dʒ_ˈa_b_ə/
Synonyms for jabber:
talk incessantly and trivially (verb)
gibberish, jabberwocky, small talk.
clack, jargon, sound.
Usage examples for jabber:
- " She liked better to perch on the roof of th' ark, and jabber over the drowning world; that was why. - "Put Yourself in His Place", Charles Reade.
- What other woman would jabber French through a telephone?" - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.
- But Khalid, nevertheless, would brood and jabber. - "The Book of Khalid", Ameen Rihani.
- State, too, exquisite Parnassian, and keep stating, how that General Bullwigg did incessantly talk, prattle, jabber, joke, boast, praise himself, stand in the wrong place, and rehearse the noble deeds that he himself had performed in the first battle of Aiken. - "IT and Other Stories", Gouverneur Morris.
- The Sausage Seller who aspired to be Cleon's rival, in The Knights of Aristophanes, expounds the whole art of demagogy in his prayer: Ye influential impudential powers Of sauciness and jabber, slang and jaw! - "The Book of This and That", Robert Lynd.
Idioms for jabber:
- jabber about sm or sth;