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blab something around

Inf. to gossip something to others; to spread some news or secret. It's true, but don't blab it around. Did you blab around everything I told you to keep to yourself?
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blab something out

Inf. to speak out freely about something that is a secret. Don't just blab it out! Don't blab out the names of the people who were there!
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1. n. talk; chatter; meaningless talk. I never pay any attention to blab like that.
2. tv. to tell a secret; to reveal something private in public. Tiffany blabbed the whole thing.
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As the Energy Education in Schools program enters its third academic year, The National Theatre for Children is introducing a new theatrical production for elementary school students - Showdown at Resource Ranch - that will teach students how to use resources wisely through a set of funny, yet knowledgeable cast of characters right out of the old West, including Sheriff Carrie Gooper; Blabby Daze; and Clint Westwood.
Boy, for a so-called fugitive, he's a bit blabby, isn't he?
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After he took the credit in the tabloids for introducing Amy to drugs, he asked for a lot of Lincolns not to tell all in a blabby new book.