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to reveal indiscreetly and thoughtlessly:
They blabbed my confidences to everyone.
to talk or chatter indiscreetly or thoughtlessly:
Don’t confide in him, because he blabs. She blabbed so much I couldn’t hear the concert.
idle, indiscreet chattering.
a person who blabs; blabbermouth.
Historical Examples

Elkan Lubliner, American Montague Glass
A Young Mutineer Mrs. L. T. Meade
The Weird of the Wentworths, Vol. 1 Johannes Scotus
Privy Seal Ford Madox Ford
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii Nathaniel Bright Emerson
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine – Volume 55, No. 344, June, 1844 Various
A Fascinating Traitor Richard Henry Savage
Tom, Dick and Harry Talbot Baines Reed
Romance of Roman Villas Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney
Unwritten Literature of Hawaii Nathaniel Bright Emerson

verb blabs, blabbing, blabbed
to divulge (secrets) indiscreetly
(intransitive) to chatter thoughtlessly; prattle
a less common word for blabber (sense 1), blabber (sense 2)
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