Part of speech:
Hearsay, rumor, or speculation:
Talk; esp., idle chatter
1960, P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves in the Offing, chapter XI:
The specialized language of a trade, profession, or similar group, especially when viewed as difficult to understand by outsiders:
The definition of a harangue is a long and intense verbal attack or a long and passionate speech.
Rapid, incoherent talk or meaningless utterance
Idle, trivial talk.
Foolish talk; loquacious nonsense
A wild, shaggy-haired ox (Bos grunniens) of the mountains of central Asia.
Any gas, as nitrous oxide, used as an anesthetic
An informal, light conversation.
To rise to the surface:
To bubble; gurgle.
To flow with such waves or movements on the surface
To soothe with singing.
To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
To talk idly; chatter; gossip
To speak wildly, irrationally, or incoherently.
To talk or say in a loud, wild, extravagant way; declaim violently; rave
To say in low, indistinct, often angry or discontented, tones
To say in a silly or stupid manner
To say suddenly, without stopping to think
To talk incoherently or aimlessly.
To express oneself with exaggerated enthusiasm or feeling; talk or write effusively
To caress or rub with the mouth or lips
To talk rapidly and noisily; chatter.
To speak hastily in a confused, explosive manner
To talk fast, foolishly, etc.; chatter
To speak or chatter glibly and rapidly.
Either of two bony or cartilaginous structures that in most vertebrate animals form the framework of the mouth, hold the teeth, and are used for biting and chewing food. The lower, movable part of the jaw is the mandible. The upper, fixed part is the maxilla.
Extravagant foolishness or frivolity:
A vague feeling or presentiment:
Common sense; good judgment:
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