Definition of blab:
lecture, confab, prattle, betray, tattle, inform, discover, words, blurt out, disclose, blither, clatter, prate, babble, coax, click, blurt, noise, spill, cackle, let the cat out of the bag, mumble, jabber, cluck, speak, clack, rumor, chaffer, show, uncover, twaddle, chatter, mussitate, mutter, claver, wheedle, chat, blab out, sweet-talk, smatter, brattle, let out, whisper, reveal, natter, chew the fat, gossip, chit-chat, unveil, tittle-tattle, sing, maunder, mouth, talk, expose, piffle, claver, chitchat, babble out, gurgle, gibber, divulge, peach, blarney, visit, murmur, verbalize, shoot the breeze, gabble, jaw, blabber, palaver, tell, verbalise, gab, blather, whistle, inveigle, utter, spill the beans, cajole, give away, guggle, confabulate, burble, bubble, blether, ripple.
- "Molly Brown's Post-Graduate Days", Nell Speed.
- "Charles O'Malley, The Irish Dragoon, Volume 2 (of 2)", Charles Lever.
Several of the Council tried to leave the room, perhaps to blab, but the Regent would allow no one but La Vrilliere to go out, and seeing that the desire to leave increased, stood at the door himself.- "The Memoirs of Louis XIV., Volume 12 And His Court and of The Regency", Duc de Saint-Simon.