jabber away

jabber away

To chat rapidly and perhaps excitedly. Good luck getting a word in when Christine and Mia are jabbering away!
See also: away, jabber

jabber away

v.
To talk rapidly, unintelligibly, or idly: The friends jabbered away for hours.
See also: away, jabber
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People who know me know I'm a Biden-class bloviator, so I was happy to jabber away. But I mention this event for two reasons.
People could quite happily jabber away on their mobile phones or play computer games on public transport.
You can jabber away to your friends until your heart's content.
His timing is impeccable and I'm one of these people who will chat and jabber away and Terry can be silent for 10 minutes and then suddenly come out with a line or a comment that will bring the house down.
I have, in the course of my life, heard numerous other mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, do likewise: jabber away in gibberish and still be rewarded with furious hand-kicking and hand-waving that is the equivalent of an infant's applause.
While Mayne assures everybody that "I jabber away to John about form, and he nods politely, and then totally ignores me", Best offers a rather more respectful take on the partnership.
It also has its own tribe of vervet monkeys who live on site and a group of baboons who jabber away from the depths of the forest.
It's a frightening take on the attitude to terrorism of the pub's clientele, as they noisily jabber away in Welsh as if their jaws wold seize up should they stop.
Those who love to jabber away. Why use push-to-talk for an hour-long chat?
I will never forget the look of panic on his face as she instantly began to jabber away to him in English, oblivious to the fact that he didn't understand a word of it.
A nasty mob of gung-ho marines jabber away and it feels like we are going over tired old ground.