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jaw away

To talk incessantly and/or at great length. I became so bored while the professor jawed away at us that I nearly fell asleep in the middle of the lecture. Whenever I meet up with Tammy, our "conversation" is always just her jawing away while I listen patiently on.
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References in classic literature ?
Now, don't you two be jawing away about young Square-toes," struck in Gower.
What we do not need is more bloated fat-cats claiming telephone number expense account payments for jawing away about trivia in their ivory tower in Cardiff Bay and living the life of Riley at the taxpayers' expense
Stand on Coburg Road and watch the cars; it's a rare minute that passes without the sight of a driver jawing away on a cell phone.
The two continued it on the benches, leaning around the glass partition and jawing away, with DiDiomete eventually throwing a couple of lazy punches as time ticked away.