[ bˈabɪtɪŋ], [ bˈabɪtɪŋ], [ b_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_ɪ_ŋ]
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How to use "Babbitting" in context?
Babbling is the class of vocalisations made by an infant during the first year of life. It is characterised by rhythmic expansions and contractions of the larynx, with the vowel sounds produced being low-pitched and often repeated. Examination of the natural history of babbling has shown that it is a developmental ritual that is abruptly terminated in about 30% of children by the time they reach 18 months of age.
Homophones for Babbitting:
- bitewing, bhutanese, budding, batting, beheading, bidding, butt hinge, batwing, bituminize, bedding, beating, baiting, boding, betimes, badness, betting, bituminise, batting cage, befitting, bettong, bettongia, beef tongue, bodensee, batting coach, beading, bethink, bituminous, beatniks, badinage, botanise, boating, biting, beatnik, bed-wetting, buffeting, buttonhook, bawdiness, botanic, bidens, buttinsky, botanize, bathing.
Hyponym for Babbitting:
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