Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of chitchat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He stays for hours, sometimes into the middle of the night, just "chitchatting," he says.

    'Tipping Point'

  • We were chitchatting, talking about our trip to Europe and what we were planning to do to the house.

    Teed Off

  • So, are you going to stand there chitchatting some more or are you going to help me?

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • We were chitchatting, talking about our trip to Europe and what we were planning to do to the house.

    Teed Off

  • "Some people will be counting [stitches], some will be chitchatting."

    Men With Yarns to Tell

  • Dragging our sack of sandwiches next to the cool, still Atlantic Ocean and chitchatting with regulars wasn't exactly a hard job; it just meant we had to wake up early and cook chicken and chop celery.

    The Feijoada From Ipanema

  • Patricia and Marty Weber were in their walk-in closet one evening, getting dressed for a party, chitchatting about their day, when Ms. Weber made a casual request: Honey, I really don't want to be there all night.

    When Innies Love Outies: How Odd Couples Cope

  • Ben arrived late and woozy to find Cyn and Jili chitchatting in the stands about ceviche.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • So, are you going to stand there chitchatting some more or are you going to help me?

    A Light at Winter’s End

  • So, are you going to stand there chitchatting some more or are you going to help me?

    A Light at Winter’s End

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