Definition of prattler in US English:

prattler

noun

  • See prattle

    • ‘Some boring prattlers were the champions of the shows.’
    • ‘What the peace prattlers want is a patched up peace, which would mean armed neutrality, with huge standing armies in every country in Europe, and render vain all the sacrifices we have made.’
    • ‘I've seen passengers come close to blows with those pretentious prattlers.’
    • ‘In a millisecond, they segue back from a real person with envy and memories and a life before this one into the more comfortable persona of corporate prattler.’
    • ‘One can only hope that the new administration and a new generation of prattlers develop a realistic and holistic goal orientated approach to the burning local demands of today and yesterday.’

Pronunciation

prattler

/ˈpradlər//ˈprædlər/