14 drivelKnowing that his time was nearly up, we kept silence and let him drivel on.
15 drivel(n.) saliva or mucus flowing from the mouth or nose; aimless talking or thinking; nonsense; (v) to let saliva flow from the mouth; to utter nonsense; to waste away foolishlysynonyms: (n.) balderdash, tommyrotv. slaver
53 precipitateScholars often disagree over which event or events precipitate an historic moment.I admit that my outburst was precipitate.
54 precipitate(v.) to fall as moisture; to cause about suddenly; to hurl down from great height (adj.) characterized by excessive haste (n.) moisturesynonyms: (v.) provoke, produce; (adj.) reckless , impetuousantonyms: wary, circumspect