1. to chatter.
|‘Angelfish’ in Goulart (1967) 249: Do you have to stand there and gobble at me?|
|Little Sister 244: Don’t stall around or gobble about your income tax.|
2. to talk incoherently.
|High Window 213: ‘And I know she didn’t push anybody out of any window. Does that explain matters?’ He gobbled, but nothing came that was coherent.|