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  • v. Present participle of chirm.


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  • She looked charmingly animated, and now and then a light ripple of her laughter floated out on the air as sweet as the songs of the birds chirming around them.

    God's Good Man

  • They're chirming and chirping like as many sparrows. "

    A Son of Hagar A Romance of Our Time


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  • Especially echoes.

    May 19, 2009

  • NOISE, DIN; especially : confused noise, clamor, or hum (as of voices or insects)

    May 19, 2009