Gábble. n.s. [from the verb.]
- Inarticulate noise like that of brute animals.
Not to know what we speak one to another, so we seem to know, is to know straight our purpose: chough's language, gabble enough, and good enough. Shak. All's well that ends well.
- Loud talk without meaning.
Forthwith a hideous gabble rises loud
Among the builders; each to other calls,
Not understood. Milton's Paradise Lost, b. xii.