bavardage /ˌbavɑːˈdɑːʒ, French bavaʀdaʒ/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. idle gossip.

a bore whose bavardage could easily unsettle one’s reason.
– origin French, from bavarder ‘to chatter’, from bavard ‘talkative’, from bave ‘drivel’.

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