spoke (part of speech: verb)
- She was so determined to make the atmosphere cozy, friendly, happy- make the atmosphere as it had used to be between them- so determined, that she jabbered on like a magpie, like a mill, about this, that, and the other, sprinkling in little jokes in her own manner, and little stories in her own taste, accompanied by her rich- on this occasion slightly nervous gurgle. - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
- I flatter myself that I woke up sundry sleepy- eyed Turks, who seemed to think that the great object of life was to avoid showing surprise at anything; while the Turkish women gathered around me, and jabbered about me, in the most flattering manner. - "Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands", Mary Seacole Commentator: W. H. Russell.
- They jabbered the whole trip through of their sure success in the races of next season. - "The Boy With the U. S. Survey", Francis Rolt-Wheeler.