Definition of Prattle
(n) idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
(v) speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
use Prattle in a sentence
Sally spent an hour on the phone prattling on about a simple problem she has.
I prattle on too long, and must return to the original purpose of my message.
There are websites, read by millions that prattle all year, three hundred sixty-five days, about awards.
I prattle on each month about my own problems.
Carolyn looked annoyed as if her father prattled off topic all the time.
Libby prattled on about how they were maybe going to go down to Honduras to do some scuba diving.
There was a hum of conversation as they all prattled away at each other.
There has been some prattle in the press about censorship.
The politicians prattled on for two to three years about a change of policy, but nothing happened up to now.
Living in the moment, she drank her milk and began to prattle on about her visit to the dentist.