Definition of gabble :
1. Inarticulate sounds rapidly uttered; as of fowls.
2. Loud or rapid talk without meaning.
3. To talk fast, or to talk without meaning; to prate; to jabber.
4. To utter inarticulate sounds with rapidity; as, gabbling fowls.
confab, chat, clack, chaffer, chatter, jabbering, chew the fat, gossip, click, tittle-tattle, natter, prate, jaw, mumble, twaddle, maunder, spill the beans, blabber, inveigle, blurt out, gibber, blab, blab out, cluck, claver, talk, peach, cackle, jabber, cajole, wheedle, palaver, babble, visit, tattle, shoot the breeze, let the cat out of the bag, prattle, murmur, words, mussitate, mutter, sweet-talk, babble out, coax, chitchat, chit-chat, rattle, clatter, blather, brattle, blurt, confabulate, piffle, blarney, sing
- Gabble, gabble, gabble, said Ninny; which was goose- talk for Oh!
- And Ruth let here have her way, that time, as she found that she could scarcely endure the calm, blue, staring eyes of the girl and listen to her innocent gabble concerning her own husband; so she called old Mage into another room and cautioned her to be very kind to poor Estrella and gave her quite a sum of money to hand to her, thinking, in this manner to defray the funeral expenses of the man whom she had believed to be the very soul of honor fired with an almost holy patriotism.
- He could hear them gabble about Mount Lassen, and his lip would curl with scorn over the weakness of their metaphors. - "The Lookout Man", B. M. Bower.