One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the exhaust was burbling as only a twin-pipe V8 can burble’
gurgle, bubble, murmur, purr, purl, tinkle, whir, drone, rumble, buzz, hum
2‘he burbled on about annuities’
prattle, blather, blether, blither, babble, babble on, gabble, prate, drivel, rattle away, rattle on, ramble, maunder, go on, run on, talk at length, talk incessantly, talk a lot
chatter, yap, gossip
British talk nineteen to the dozen
Irish Scottish slabber on
informal jabber, blabber, yatter, jaw, gab, gas, chit-chat, yackety-yak
British informal rabbit, witter, waffle, natter, chunter, talk the hind legs off a donkey
North American informal run off at the mouth
NZ Australian informal mag
archaic twaddle, twattle, claver, clack
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