blab (v.) Old form(s): blab'd
talk indiscreetly, betray secrets
TC III.ii.122[Cressida to Troilus] Why have I blabbed?
TN I.ii.64[Captain to Viola] When my tongue blabs, then let mine eyes not see
Ven.126[Venus to Adonis] These blue-veined violets whereon we lean / Never can blab
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