Gabble conjugation

English
32 examples
This verb can also mean the following: talk, scene ii, act i, talk fast, mark twain, utter, utter inarticulate sounds with rapidity

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
gabble
gabble
gabbles
gabble
gabble
gabble
Future Simple
will gabble
will gabble
will gabble
will gabble
will gabble
will gabble
Past Simple
gabbled
gabbled
gabbled
gabbled
gabbled
gabbled
Conditional Simple
would gabble
would gabble
would gabble
would gabble
would gabble
would gabble
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am gabbling
are gabbling
is gabbling
are gabbling
are gabbling
are gabbling
Future Progressive
will be gabbling
will be gabbling
will be gabbling
will be gabbling
will be gabbling
will be gabbling
Past Progressive
was gabbling
were gabbling
was gabbling
were gabbling
were gabbling
were gabbling
Conditional Progressive
would be gabbling
would be gabbling
would be gabbling
would be gabbling
would be gabbling
would be gabbling
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have gabbled
have gabbled
has gabbled
have gabbled
have gabbled
have gabbled
Future Perfect
will have gabbled
will have gabbled
will have gabbled
will have gabbled
will have gabbled
will have gabbled
Past Perfect
had gabbled
had gabbled
had gabbled
had gabbled
had gabbled
had gabbled
Conditional Perfect
would have gabbled
would have gabbled
would have gabbled
would have gabbled
would have gabbled
would have gabbled
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been gabbling
have been gabbling
has been gabbling
have been gabbling
have been gabbling
have been gabbling
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been gabbling
will have been gabbling
will have been gabbling
will have been gabbling
will have been gabbling
will have been gabbling
Past Perfect Progressive
had been gabbling
had been gabbling
had been gabbling
had been gabbling
had been gabbling
had been gabbling
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been gabbling
would have been gabbling
would have been gabbling
would have been gabbling
would have been gabbling
would have been gabbling

Examples of gabble

Example in English
'A word in your ear' blurts out its sorrows in a splashy gabble.
And almost everything is genetic, and my mother cared a lot about language, and my father was a champion public speaker of 1935, he won the mahogany gabble over 800 other public speakers from the Dale-Carnegie Public Speaking Institute and he was great, I never knew him either!
And you gabble it off like that...
Do you suppose that you and half a dozen amateurs like you... sitting in a row in that foolish gabble shop... can govern a country like England?
Doesn't gabble.
'A word in your ear' blurts out its sorrows in a splashy gabble.
And almost everything is genetic, and my mother cared a lot about language, and my father was a champion public speaker of 1935, he won the mahogany gabble over 800 other public speakers from the Dale-Carnegie Public Speaking Institute and he was great, I never knew him either!
And you gabble it off like that...
Do you suppose that you and half a dozen amateurs like you... sitting in a row in that foolish gabble shop... can govern a country like England?
Doesn't gabble.
He gabbles his translations and is dirty with his written work".
Have to get him on something else. (Racing commentator gabbles on TV) Mr Carlin will see you now.
While your noble words lead you to the mortuary, one gabbles on, the other murders.
He gabbles his translations and is dirty with his written work".
Have to get him on something else. (Racing commentator gabbles on TV) Mr Carlin will see you now.
While your noble words lead you to the mortuary, one gabbles on, the other murders.
All those little meetings in cafes, those sessions in the hotel room when he gabbled into your Dictaphone.
He gabbled for two hours.
She gabbled your name for days, muttered, how can she be a doctor?
What's he gabbling?
What are you gabbling about?
And then along comes Rhys - gabbling about some computer disk.
I'm gabbling again.
Oh, stop your gabbling.
All those little meetings in cafes, those sessions in the hotel room when he gabbled into your Dictaphone.
He gabbled for two hours.
She gabbled your name for days, muttered, how can she be a doctor?
What's he gabbling?
What are you gabbling about?
And then along comes Rhys - gabbling about some computer disk.
I'm gabbling again.
Oh, stop your gabbling.

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