[ US /ˈbæbəɫɪŋ, ˈbæbɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /bˈæblɪŋ/ ]
  1. gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby
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How To Use babbling In A Sentence

  • However, at one ludicrous point she starts babbling about how her face has changed!
  • Relying on their well-established formula of eerie melodies, pastoral soundscapes, babbling children and rhythmic clamour, their sophomore effort rings true.
  • Stop babbling and speak more slowly.
  • Then we spilled out into the corridor, babbling incoherently and the experience that none of us would ever forget came to an end.
  • That monotony of form, those commonplace cadenzas, those endless bravura passages introduced at haphazard irrespective of the dramatic situation, that recurrent _crescendo_ that Rossini brought into vogue, are now an integral part of every composition; those vocal fireworks result in a sort of babbling, chattering, vaporous mucic, of which the sole merit depends on the greater or less fluency of the singer and his rapidity of vocalization. Gambara
  • In the first year, babies should " communicate in a variety of ways, including crying, gurgling, babbling and squealing ".
  • In fact, I tend to favour country pubs with beer gardens next to babbling streams.
  • There was nobody around, just a babbling brook and a canopy of green. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the other side of the road a steep ravine led to a babbling stream. Times, Sunday Times
  • And though the chorus failed altogether to dull the splashing of the rivulet and the babbling of the by-cut over a bed of stones, it seemed out of place in this particular spot; it aroused resentment against men who could not think of a lay more atune with the particular living, breathing objects around us. Through Russia
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