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Babble, vb., to prate, to twaddle: “for the watch to b. and to talk,” Ado III, 3, 36. “for school fool, a --ing rhyme,” V, 2, 39. “the --ing gossip of the air,” Tw. I, 5, 292. “vainness, --ing, drunkenness,” III, 4, 389. “our --ing dreams,” R3 V, 3, 308, i. e. blabbing, telling tales. “the --ing echo,” Tit. II, 3, 17. “--ing gossip,” IV, 2, 150. (In H5 II, 3, 17 many M. Edd. and a babbled of green fields).*
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