jabber + -y
Adjective jabbery (comparative more jabbery, superlative most jabbery) Characterised by jabbering. 2008 January 13, Ben Ratliff, “Easy Slogans, Twinkly Funk and One Busy String”, New York Times: The English band Crass sounded like a bag of rocks: scrabbly drum rolls, clanky guitars, no bass end, the words a jabbery Cockney caterwaul through endless stanzas of common meter.
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