Definition of blabber:
inveigle, shoot the breeze, chitchat, visit, pig, tattle, scum bag, confab, let the cat out of the bag, run on, chatter, go on, mumble, double-dealer, jaw, grunter, chew the fat, puke, stinkpot, talk, hog, wheedle, nonsense, natter, maunder, gas, blab, dirty dog, gossip, drivel, spill the beans, cajole, blackleg, brattle, yak, clatter, git, confabulate, run off at the mouth, stinker, gab, sweet-talk, claver, palaver, rotter, sing, strikebreaker, blarney, jabber, double-crosser, two-timer, blab out, cluck, gabble, rat, squealer, piffle, scab, babble, prate, twaddle, lowlife, words, jabber, mussitate, tittle-tattle, chit-chat, betrayer, gibber, traitor, skunk, prattle, chaffer, spiel, informer, clack, crumb, click, babble out, bum, chat, so-and-so, mutter, claver, peach, coax.
" 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.