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9 hours ago, Jimmy James said:

@salz, how does that tag? :)

 

Does a brook babble, and, more importantly, do brooks babble?

 

I refer you, dear sir, to noun - item #2".  :D

 

Oxford Dictionary 

bab·ble/ˈbabəl

verb

1.

talk rapidly and continuously in a foolish, excited, or incomprehensible way.

"they babbled on about their vacation"

2.

(of a flowing water) make a continuous murmuring sound.

"the shallow river babbled over smooth rocks"

Similar:

burble

murmur

gurgle

purl

tinkle

plash

noun

1.

the sound of people talking simultaneously.

"the answers were difficult to hear amid the babble of conversation"

2.

the continuous murmuring sound of flowing water.

"the babble of a brook"

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