Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun light informal conversation for social occasions

Etymologies

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Examples

  • People who insist on speaking via phone suck up the time they wanted you to spend on their project, and don†™ t communicate anything in the thirty minutes of chin-wagging that couldn†™ t communicated in, oh, three lines of email.

    Should You Turn Off Your Telephone?

  • The so-called "subprime meltdown" caused a lot of chin-wagging on Capitol Hill in the past month and will continue into next week when Congress holds hearings to publicly scold the industry leaders and discuss ways they can "save" homeowners.

    Don't Rush To Regulate

  • In love, they can stay up for hours just chin-wagging.

    HerScopes

  • In love, they can stay up for hours just chin-wagging.

    HerScopes

  • In love, they can stay up for hours just chin-wagging.

    HerScopes

  • Of course the men were frightfully keen, and it took me all my time to stop them from chin-wagging.

    The Submarine Hunters A Story of the Naval Patrol Work in the Great War

  • Thus, after a long course of lip-moving and chin-wagging on the part of the Proprietor, we read the helpful words: --

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, May 3, 1916

  • If you're interested in the media chin-wagging, go here.

    YayaCanada

  • If you're interested in the media chin-wagging, go here.

    YayaCanada

  • If you're interested in the media chin-wagging, go here.

    YayaCanada

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