The Gyllenhaal siblings are also a shoo-in, though I fear I would jibber and jabber—and possibly giggle—over Jake.
The girl began to jabber, incoherently but Martha Foote passed on through the little hall to the door of the bedroom.
Are you goin' to keep up your jabber when I'm speakin' to the gentlemen?
Like many of the animals who fill the Zoo with their strange noises, early man liked to jabber.
All the difference between us is, that you can jabber Dutch a little.
There is a quiet resolution over this people at present which makes a most impressive contrast to the jabber of the world outside.
You stop here a little while, sir, and you will hear him begin to jabber.
The landlord, in the full career of his own jabber, was stricken mute for a moment.
In their jabber of tongues they said things about her as she passed.
There was a lot of jabber one place about the "Œdipus Complex," for example, but he didn't connect at all.
1650s, spelling variant of Middle English jablen (c.1400), also javeren, jaberen, probably ultimately echoic. Related: Jabbered; jabbering. The noun is 1727, from the verb.
A hypodermic needle (1915+ Narcotics)
To talk incessantly; chatter on (1499+)