peach, git, coax, scab, clatter, chitchat, gab, rotter, twaddle, prattle, dirty dog, double-dealer, crumb, cluck, stinkpot, betrayer, two-timer, blab out, bum, spiel, pig, babble out, sweet-talk, brattle, stinker, tittle-tattle, talk, let the cat out of the bag, click, claver, nonsense, cajole, drivel, squealer, strikebreaker, so-and-so, natter, mussitate, hog, run on, confabulate, double-crosser, jabber, shoot the breeze, gabble, clack, blab, traitor, jaw, words, lowlife, maunder, palaver, rat, mumble, wheedle, chit-chat, go on, blackleg, sing, prate, chaffer, confab, inveigle, chew the fat, run off at the mouth, informer, grunter, gibber, puke, blarney, scum bag, gas, yak, gossip, piffle, tattle, skunk, chatter, babble, spill the beans, mutter, chat, visit
- " Take the combination of a candidate for governor, some fool women, crazy men, love- sick idiots, and"- his eyes swept the scene in vain search for Tommy Eye-" a pooch- mouthed blabber, and it's enough to trig any decent, honest, sensible woods fight ever yarded down. - "King Spruce, A Novel", Holman Day.
- Hamilton endeavored to patch up the indiscretion of this blabber, by saying 'he did not know; he rather thought they would have strengthened the executive arm. - "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson", Thomas Jefferson.
- The main room of the saloon, into which the body had been brought from the back room, was a fog of smoke and a blabber of voices. - "The Heart of the Range", William Patterson White.