[ US /ˈbɫæbɝ/ ]
[ UK /blˈæbɐ/ ]
  1. one who reveals confidential information in return for money
  1. speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
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How To Use blabber In A Sentence

  • Could be that, or maybe she's a little wigged out working in an office full of blabbermouths.
  • At workplaces, bus-stations and inside railway compartments, the blabber is scarcely about anything but cricket.
  • Do your job, don't blabber, this is all that matters,' he said, and drew a circle around himself. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • He blabbers out nervously, ‘Well I better get out of here and go to sleep.’
  • I let him know he was safe with me as long as he didn't blabber. A DARKENING STAIN
  • Truth be told, the Duke was, for lack of a better word, a blabbermouth, and it was not long before the whole group of aristocrats before the fire knew the true (well, sort of true) story.
  • '' The shorthand for Chris in the gossip columns is always 'blabbermouth' or 'cable yakker' or something, '' said Nancy Nathan, the executive producer of '' The Chris Matthews Show. '' Undefined
  • When will the intelligentia of our Nation see through this woman who is nothing but a "blabber" of worst kind. McCain campaign adviser pushes back on Palin book
  • Olivia suffered elective mutism, meaning she stopped talking, when she had both her legs amputated, and everyone always says I'm a blabbermouth so I thought it was a good idea to do a sponsored silence," Sarah-Jane said. News round-up
  • Will the investigations in Switzerland continue now that blabbermouth Rene isn't around to appear in court?
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