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babble

[′bab·əl]
(communications)
Aggregate crosstalk from a large number of channels.
Unwanted disturbing sounds in a carrier or other multiple-channel system which result from the aggregate crosstalk or mutual interference from other channels.

babble

The aggregate cross talk from a large number of communications channels.
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These studies contradict the notion that babbling with children harms them.
This study shows babies are interested in speech-like sounds and that they increase their babbling when they can hear.
Babbling Vagabonds plays the Lawrence Batley Theatre with its enchanting story of The Brothers Grimm
From age 8 months to 1 year, babbling babies read the lips of both English and Spanish speakers, the researchers say.
This was rejected at the vurt and when the big vurt came, the Libs came oot as Humpty Dumpty in this sorry tale with a divide in their ranks, thus allowing Babbling Brooks and his henchman Kelly to win the pantomime competition.
When i moved to our lovely little terraced house 10 years ago, it had everything we wanted: a babbling brook at the foot of the garden, a field at the back with a lovely play area, swings up on Cassey Common and also swings slap in the middle of Stratford Green, where my children could play safely.
What if somebody suddenly shows up at your door babbling something you don't understand?
There was a Mexican who concocted a phony passport application, a former court employee who shoved a judge, the babbling man who walked into an FBI office and threatened to kill President Bill Clinton--though he didn't realize Clinton was no longer president.
A man may seem to be silent, but if his heart is condemning others, he is babbling ceaselessly.
Although minus a clear-cut narrative, this 1984 piece is driven forward by an elusive and allusive use of words and symbolic characters, including a benevolent, babbling Faerie Queen (the superb Kathleen Fitzgerald).
It isn't the babbling critics who wrap themselves in religious intolerance who are making a difference for all of God's children.
Its only neighbours are squirrels, badgers and buzzards, all within sound of a babbling brook on a South Shropshire hilltop.