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take or go for a spin or whirl, SI. take or go for a tool; ride, motor, tour, journey.
6. drive at allude to, refer to, suggest, imply, infer, intimate, hint at, mean, have in mind.
7. drive a hard bargain bargain, negotiate, haggle, chaffer, dicker, Inf. hack or hammer or work out a deal, Scot. argle-bargle.
-n.
8. ride, Sunday drive, Inf. spin, Inf. whirl, Inf. joyride, SI. tool; (all in a motor vehicle) trip, quick trip, run, journey, peregrination, excursion, tour;

jaunt, outing, junket.
9. energy, vigor, vim, verve, spunk, Inf. pep, Inf. zip, Inf. pizzazz, Inf. snap, Inf. punch, Inf. get-up-and-go; initiative, enterprise, industry; ambition, ambitiousness, aggressiveness, hustle.
10. road, roadway, route, scenic route, alternate

route; private road, byway, driveway.

drivel, v. 1. drool, drip saliva, slaver, slobber,

slabber; sputter, splutter; snivel, sniffle.
2. babble, gibber, SI. gibber-jabber, jargon; twaddle, Brit, twattle, blather, blether, Inf blither, drool; talk nonsense, Inf. talk through one's hat; ramble, maunder, meander, talk idly, Inf gab, SI. gas; jabber, prate, patter, gabble; clack, clatter, rattle, SI. run off or on at the mouth; chatter, prattle, chipper, cackle; chit-chat, chitter-chatter, make small talk.
3. fritter away, squander, idle away, fool away, waste; trifle, loiter, putter, dally, dilly-dally, Inf. lallygag, dawdle, pass time idly or frivolously; lavish, throw away, misspend, burn, SI. blow, spend recklessly or extravagantly; scatter, dissipate, spill, lose; deplete, go or run through, consume, exhaust, run out of. -n. 4. drool, drooling, dripping saliva, slaver, slavering, slobber, slobbering, slabber, slabbering; sputter, sputtering, splutter, spluttering; saliva, spit, spitting, spittle; sputum, mucus, Vulgar, snot; snivel, sniffle; runny or stuffed nose.
5. nonsense, falderal, gibberish, Jabberwocky; babble, babbling, babblement, Fr. bavardage; twaddle, twaddling, Both Brit, twattle, twattling; blather, blathering, drool, drooling; rambling, maundering, meandering; jargon, SI. jive, Greek, Chiefly Southern U.S. Choctaw; hocus-pocus, mumbo jumbo, abracadabra, open sesame, fiddle-de-dee; moonshine, gobblede-gook, foolish humbug, foam, froth, bunkum or buncombe, SI. applesauce, SI. eyewash; rubbish, SI. tripe, refuse, Dial, culch, chaff, trash, Inf. truck, trumpery; tommyrot, Inf. rot, SI. garbage, SI. crap, SI. crock, SI. bull; balderdash, hogwash, swill, SI. horsefeathers.
6. stuff, stuff and nonsense, Inf. bosh, Brit. Inf. gammon, Brit. SI. tosh; fudge, foolishness, folly, rigmarole or rigamarole, amphigory; footle, Inf. malar-key, SI. bushwa, SI. baloney, SI. bilge or bilge water, SI. meshugaas, Scot. and North Eng. haver; poppycock, Inf. fiddle-faddle, Inf. piffle, Inf hooey, Inf. kibosh, Inf. flapdoodle; idle talk, Inf. gab, SI. gas, SI. hot air; jabber, prate, patter, gabble; clack, clatter, rattling, SI. running off or on at the mouth; chatter, prattle, chippering, cackle; chit-chat, chitter-chatter, small talk, Anglo-Indian, bukh. driveler, n. 1. drooler, slaverer, slobberer, slab-berer; splutterer, sputterer, spitter; sniveler, sniffler.
2. babbler, prattler, prater, twaddler, Brit, twattler; maunderer, rambler, patterer, patterist, rattlebrain, rattlepate; chatterbox, noisy chatterer, palaverer, magpie, popinjay, Inf. jay; excessive talker, jabberer, gabbler, blatherskite, SI. windbag, SI. windjammer, Inf hot-air artist; blabber, blabbermouth, gusher, gossip.
3. fool, ninny, nincompoop, nitwit; simpleton, idiot, Inf. moron, imbecile, ignoramus; dunce, dolt, Inf. dummy, Inf. numskull, SI. dope, jackass.

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