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prattle

noun blather, gabble, nonsensical talk, twaddle, verbiage

prattle

verb babble, blather, chatter, gab, jabber, prate, prattle, talk nonsense
See also: jargon, speech
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Millionaire is all razzle, dazzle and Chris Tarrant prattle.
This was mainly because they all appeared to prattle on with the same inane drivel.
Her voice swoops from girlish prattle to seductive alto; she is alternately terrified and calm.
Why do Catholic weeklies keep reporting this prattle as if it were hot-off-the-press news?
And both articles prattle on about the United States reluctantly having to assume the imperial responsibilities that have allegedly been thrust upon it.
A f urther side effect is alienation and pessimism among young people, indoctrinated in schools by such witless prattle.
AMONG the usual final demands and postal prattle this week was a deeply appreciated letter from an Irish trainer, successful at Cheltenham last year, who is a minor hero of my household and has the patience and far-sightedness to "see through a brick wall in time".
He meets a pair of film students, from another dimension known as Pink, who are here "on a voyage of transcendence and recovery"--and, apparently, to annoy readers with their inane prattle.
there must be past the prattle and haggle of breath some aspiration to propel me.
Without this much concern weirdly unsolid all glog in the gush down sewer gone; clank of the midge cars on prattle track indeed but the other - that other.
While you munch in sight of the resort's pink flamingos, you'll hear live music and the prattle of exotic parrots.
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