from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To speak in a soft, indistinct manner, mutter.
- v. To grumble, complain.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grumble; mutter; complain.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Sound on 18 Doughty Street is mainly some sentences by one person and then cluck chunter chunter squak cluck cluk "so I think..." chunter, "But not withstanding" chunter,chunter.
It allowed them to chunter on about tapping-up and betrayal.
He has never bored of it, messing around apparently endlessly with tyres, rejigging qualification over and over again, fiddling on with aerodynamics and banning everything from launch controls to automatic gearboxes all with the express intention of making the sport more exciting and getting people like myself to chunter: Bloody typical: just when I finally worked out what data downlink telemetry does, they get rid of it.
I cannot manage to find any substance on the UKIP website about what they have actually done in the last five years, other than chunter away about why the EU is always wrong.
Particularly if you have access to Sky Sports News, the home of Transfer Deadline Day and a rolling source of sports chunter that for one day only becomes suddenly vital, the centre of its own frantically compelling universe.
"Ah, but will they?" asks fearless interrogator Keys, as the pair chunter on about Spurs in Europe, and then Arsenal, for hour after unending hour.
Sorry, just my opinion. chunter said at 10am on Apr 7th # |
For those of you who think this is an important element of the county blog, Yorkshire are 69 for one, rattling along at about 10 runs per chunter.
In any event, he decided that we should go on a barge holiday to Alsace and Lorraine, taking a week to chunter along a canal to Strasbourg.
Given what the consequences might be for everybody else's jobs of what was unfolding at the other end of the dial, and in light of the fact that anybody who takes the post of Manchester Citymanager looking for job security has been seriously misinformed, I flipped to the grown-up channels just in time to hear Dame Kelly Holmes chunter on for 15 desultory seconds about the effect of spending cuts on the 2012 Olympics.
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