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babble

(bab′ĕl)
1. The meaningless sounds made by an infant before he or she is able to generate mature speech.
2. Any incomprehensible vocalization.

multitalker babble

Background noise made by several speakers talking at the same time. It competes with and may mask or disguise sounds or voices that a person, esp. one with hearing loss, wishes to hear.
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When babies babble, they may say a lot about speech
RALPH FIENNES snorts, yelps, mumbles and babbles his way through ``Spider'' so expertly (and excessively) that you only want to get away from him.
As he sometimes does with his abrasive comedy, however, Leary wears out his welcome fast as he babbles, rages and twitches around Bill's situation.
Isabelle (Katerina Golubeva) claims to be his unknown half-sister, and the tale of woe she babbles - soldiers, forced exile and jealous stepmoms are involved - convinces Pierre that he just has to run off to Paris with her and the strange, Gypsy-ish woman and little girl who are somehow part of her bargain.
No, because it's usually associated with `cool chicks,' '' babbles Brooke.
According to the company, BabbleStick is a 256MB USB memory stick preloaded with the Babble VoIP software.
The creator of the famed Aeron chair is marketing a new product called Babble, hoping the device will sell to those in need of more privacy at the workplace.
SAN ANTONIO -- Rackspace[R] Managed Hosting, a leading global provider of managed hosting services, today announced an agreement with Babble Soft, a leading supplier of software solutions in the baby market.