Idiom: A shallow brook babbles the loudest
What does 'A shallow brook babbles the loudest' mean?
People who are loud and talk a lot usually have nothing of substance to say. This contrasts with "Still waters run deep." Other versions are "Shallow brooks babble loudest" and "Shallow brooks are noisy."
- Category: Nature
- Contributed By: Mark LeRoy
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