- adj. that twitters
“Our college-aged waitress was what used to be called a little slip of a thing, thin, tiny, pretty, birdlike, and twittery.”
“My teenager has just bookmarked the site so she can show all her twittery high school friends.”
“Traditional-media critics can look askance all they like at twittery chit-chat websites like All That Chat at Talkinbroadway.com, or at every theatre-related hashtag imaginable, but the fact is, blog posts can be longer and more substantive than many so-called reviews, and even the occasional tweet can be as informative as the scribblings of the reviewing gods.”
“I watched bands of swallows and house martins zipping around sycamores on the lane and making their twittery leaving songs, but I bet I miss the moment they leave too.”
“The Queen's first visit to Wimbledon since the Jubilee year of 1977 may have had nothing much to do with tennis, but it certainly had a heartily bracing effect, leaving this grand, cautiously space-aged sporting powerhouse agog with flushed and twittery pageantry.”
“But Joy is now the more damaged Shirley Henderson, who has a twittery-child voice and a withered demeanor.”
“My heart got all a twittery when I saw the lambda expressions too!”
“Washington is a lot more twittery than most of the country, pretty mainstream for other webtrends. andrewchen via waxy”
“Banished to Henley with his seditious twittery, for the common good of Eton Buller Man?”
“What Iain Dale's post actually represents is not so much a superstitious attack on badgers so much as a renewal of hostilities from the Davis camp - which included Mr Conway and Mr Dale and Mr Fawkes? among others - on the toffee nosed twittery of Cameron, Osborne, Johnson and the other Cuddly Nu Tory forces.”
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