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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chitchat.

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Examples

  • Pam gazed longingly at a box of donuts and chitchatted awkwardly with Phyllis about her wedding registry.

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  • Over burgers and salads, they chitchatted about their work, their families and their hobbies.

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  • Brown and George Raft, canoodled with screen seductress Mae West, chitchatted on the wireless with Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd, earned round-the-clock security protection after a feared kidnapping attempt, shook off a blow to the skull that sent him to a hospital, hectored opposing pitchers, mugged before dozens of cameras, and woofed into every notebook and microphone thrust in his direction, was the stuff of legend.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

  • While Mary Jane and Whitney chitchatted outside the door Whitney said something about not being allowed to read the Twilight Saga until she turned eighteen, which floored me, I took a deep breath and tugged on the True Religion jeans.

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  • While Mary Jane and Whitney chitchatted outside the door Whitney said something about not being allowed to read the Twilight Saga until she turned eighteen, which floored me, I took a deep breath and tugged on the True Religion jeans.

    Lifted

  • Over burgers and salads, they chitchatted about their work, their families and their hobbies.

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  • At the home of Maria and Ivan Koletar, with the aid of their niece Martina who served as interpreter, we chitchatted about the plum, cherry and walnut wines produced by Ivan and the vegetable soup, baked chicken, rice with peas, cabbage slaw and cake served by Maria.

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  • Over burgers and salads, they chitchatted about their work, their families and their hobbies.

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  • The guests mingled and chitchatted, sipping gin and tonics and nibbling on little quiches.

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  • Brown and George Raft, canoodled with screen seductress Mae West, chitchatted on the wireless with Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd, earned round-the-clock security protection after a feared kidnapping attempt, shook off a blow to the skull that sent him to a hospital, hectored opposing pitchers, mugged before dozens of cameras, and woofed into every notebook and microphone thrust in his direction, was the stuff of legend.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

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