from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To twitter or chatter, as a bird.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make a series of high-pitched sounds; to twitter, chirp or chatter.
- v. To shiver or chatter with cold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To chirp in a tremulous manner, as a bird.
- intransitive v. To shiver or chatter with cold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To chirp; twitter.
- To shiver; shake, as with cold.
- To chatter.
- n. In coalmining, a seam of coal separated from another by a thin band of shale or clay.
- n. A thin stratum of clay ironstone.
- n. The chattering or twittering of birds.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make high-pitched sounds, as of birds
The moment his eyes fell upon madam of the fluffy hair, he burst out with a loud, rapid woodpecker "chitter," gradually growing higher in key and louder in tone.
Assistant Commissioner Lynne Owens told the panel that "chitter chatter" emerged of planned rioting and looting in Stratford, East London, the location of the Olympic site.
Yes | No | Report from shermanator wrote 7 weeks 2 days ago thats how i do it i walk and stop and listen if i hear chitter chatter i look or like he said corn works great man it is fun and i hate to say it its pretty good eating
They gasp, Helena with them, and chitter amongst themselves.
Hello and good morning and welcome to this January 23rd edition of your Sunday morning liveblog of these political chitter-chat shows that we are forced to contend with in order to understand the minds of your political figures (addled) and the men and women who cover them (needy).
Welcome to the liveblog of the political chitter-chat shows that we are forced to contend with in order to understand the minds of your political figures (addled) and the men and women who cover them (needy).
They chitter, chatter and chirrup, twitching their tails as if they were furry lariats.
I ate lunch with the kids – watched the casual trading of a crush cup for a bag of sun chips, the sharing of carrots, the nascent flirting and the chitter chatter.
A Buddhist who sits cross-legged and chants every morning and night, Taryn had been toting a travel-size altar back and forth from Los Angeles to Hawaii, which she credits for "quieting her mind from all the chitter chatter."
She says, “no personal calls,” but you constantly hear her the chitter-chatter of mindless phone babble emanating from her office.