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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chirrup.

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Examples

  • “Nacho, Nacho Man!” he chirruped, wiggling his not unattractive hips.

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  • Billy nodded, then chirruped to the mares, and the descent began through a warm and colorful twilight.

    CHAPTER XVII

  • "Pray do not temper the testimony," Frona chirruped, sweetly.

    CHAPTER 28

  • He was grinning and all but dancing as the woodwind chirruped and tweeted, in the archaic sense of the word, in the "Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks".

    Tristan und Isolde; LSO/Gergiev

  • He restored her to herself, tucked the disarranged robe about her, and chirruped to the impatient team.

    CHAPTER XI

  • And I seen all them millions this afternoon when them seven hundred dollars peeped up at me from the bottom of the pan and chirruped, 'Well, if here ain't Burning Daylight come at last.'

    Chapter X

  • Her comm chirruped, interrupting her concentration.

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  • "The only blame you can pin on him in the opening stages [of the World Cup] is that he hasn't scored," chirruped Torres's fellow striker David Villa today.

    World Cup 2010 live blog: 30 June

  • "I think the house is so much more fun and nicer than Vegas," she chirruped, the way smart chemists always do.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: The 12th Coming

  • "I think the house is so much more fun and nicer than Vegas," she chirruped, the way smart chemists always do.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12 : The 12th Coming

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