babbly

babbly

(ˈbæbəlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
literary babbling; chatty; talkative
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In the past few months, she said, Vivienne has blossomed, eagerly making new friends and becoming a "happy, babbly little girl."
Mr Wills said: "She was a babbly, amenable baby, goo-ing and gaa-ing and making noises.
The questionnaire consisted of 12 questions regarding everyday events, such as: difficulty in listening or understanding in a noisy environment; not understanding well when someone speaks fast or "babbly"; difficulty following oral instructions; difficulty in identifying and discriminating speech sounds; inconsistency of responses to auditory information; poor reading ability; asking to repeat things; being easily distracted; having academic or learning difficulties; short attention span; dreaming awake; being inattentive; and being unorganized.
We suspect--or maybe hope--that Phil is going to be the oily player who lures Bobby into his world of corrupt glamor, but Carell, looking appealingly fleshy, plays Phil as a busy, babbly Type-A mensch who gives his nephew errands to run and finds the time to introduce him to all the right people.
Some poets take on the Everything challenge with a babbly glibness, but for a serious poet it's obviously a daunting task, and it has led to some brave and marvelous offerings, such as Crane's "The Bridge," Eliot's Four Quartets, Stevens's "The Auroras of Autumn"; good contemporary examples include poems by Robert Pinsky, Albert Goldbarth, Susan Mitchell, and (in a self-ironic manner) Kenneth Koch.