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intr.v. twad·dled, twad·dling, twad·dles
To talk foolishly; prate.
Foolish, trivial, or idle talk or chatter.

[Probably variant of dialectal twattle, perhaps alteration of tattle.]

twad′dler n.
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Noun1.twaddler - someone who twaddlestwaddler - someone who twaddles; someone who writes or talks twaddle
communicator - a person who communicates with others
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If you can wade through a few sentences of malice, meanness, falsehood, perjury, treachery, and cant,' said Slurk, handing the paper to Bob, 'you will, perhaps, be somewhat repaid by a laugh at the style of this ungrammatical twaddler.
Ah it's THEY, it's our poor twangers and twaddlers who remain outside.
For instance, when by developed impression it is strived for sympathies and affection, there is a risk to hear such unfavourable characteristics, as "conformist", "toady", "weak" etc; when it is strived for a high status, honour and reliance, there is a risk to be considered a twaddler, a conceited person and a liar (Rosenfeld et al.