Well, this prattling letter from Nina caused him some reflection and some uneasy qualms.
"Prince Fortunatus" by William Black
It was like watching a little child smiling and prattling on the road to its mother's funeral.
"The Squire of Sandal-Side" by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
This was all the amiable young man needed to encourage him to indefinite prattle.
"The Bread-winners" by John Hay
Jerry's gaiety was as the prattle of a child to her now.
"The Odds" by Ethel M. Dell
He did not want to prattle nonsense.
"Poor Man's Rock" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
But the fountain prattles never.
"Hymns, Songs, and Fables, for Young People" by Eliza Lee Follen
Mindful of their vows to their father, the sisters lived at peace and held their peace in the presence of their prattling neighbors.
"My Neighbors" by Caradoc Evans
Occasionally there is some prattle about the "dignity of labor," as a rule meaningless in the light of our current ideas of success.
"Wage Earning and Education" by R. R. Lutz
Her father was furious now, and tired of her prattle.
"The Bad Man" by Charles Hanson Towne
Michael was very silent; it almost made her nervous, but she prattled on.
"The Man and the Moment" by Elinor Glyn
The little comrade, listened to no longer, ceased her prattle and napped off too.
"The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax" by Harriet Parr
She prattled "elephant talk," but the old fellow could not reach her.
"The Adventures of Kathlyn" by Harold MacGrath
The man, meanwhile, moved easily beside her, courteously distant, discourteously insistent in his prattle.
"The Stolen Singer" by Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger
He listened to people's talk as though it had been children's prattle.
"Romance" by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
It seems almost a sacrilege to bob around and prattle in such surroundings.
"The Title Market" by Emily Post
The grandsire turns wearily from his middle-aged, care-worn son, to listen with infant laugh to the prattle of an infant grandchild.
"The Golden Censer" by John McGovern
It had to be written overnight, and it was she who sat by him and relieved the rush and strain of work with her cheerful prattle.
"The Loves of Great Composers" by Gustav Kobbé
Was all your talk about honorable scars just prattle to mislead the men who risked the scars?
"The Hidden Places" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
Todd felt sure that it was she who brought him whisky, and Byrne let him prattle on.
"An Apache Princess" by Charles King
PRATTLE: Thought I'd drop in and see how you were getting on.
"Plays of Near & Far" by Lord Dunsany
Little ones so merry
Bed-clothes coyly lift,
And, in such a hurry,
Prattle "Christmas gift!"
"A Christmas Chant" by Abram Joseph Ryan
Or playing, prattling, seeking
For help--comes to my heart....
Ah sinful, Lord, I'm speaking--
How good Thou art!
"Mary At Nazareth" by Cale Young Rice
“’Ay, I will speak, for I was young
As thou art now, when I did hold
The prattling sweetness of thy tongue
Dearer than gold;
"The Letter L" by Jean Ingelow
Your's the natural curling tresses,
Prattling tongues and shyness coy,
Tottering steps, and kind caresses,
Pure with health, and warm with joy!
"Children" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
And ever she says, "He's dead! he's dead!
Your lord who went to battle.
How shall your baby now be fed,
Ukibo fed, with rice and bread--
What if I hush his prattle?"
"A Japanese Mother" by Cale Young Rice
"My father died; and still I found
"My mother fond and kind to me;
"I felt her breast with rapture bound
"When first I prattled on her knee—
"And then she blest my infant tone
"And little thought of yon grave-stone.
"All Alone" by Mary Darby Robinson
TUCSON'S DAILY journalists have prattled about the closing of the Tucson Rod & Gun Club shooting range in Sabino Canyon due to "safety considerations".
Some climb the mountaintops of Nepal to sit before an old guy wrapped in a bedsheet and listen to him prattle about inner beauty.
Miss Prattle Consulting Doctor Double Fee About Her Pantheon Head Dress,' 1772.
Johnny Manziel is muzzled, but college coaches prattle on.
Instead of getting to prattle on about books on my blog and leisurely recall those I have read during the last decade, I had to actually write news stories … my, umm, real job.
Media Prattling About Political Candidates' IQs Is Utter Nonsense.
I constantly prattle about my favorite lubes and preach "wetter's better".