Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chitter.

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Examples

  • The chalkydri bobbed its feathered head and chittered in rapid, high-pitched tones, an aural hummingbird.

    Etched in Bone

  • The chalkydri bobbed its feathered head and chittered in rapid, high-pitched tones, an aural hummingbird.

    Etched in Bone

  • The chalkydri bobbed its feathered head and chittered in rapid, high-pitched tones, an aural hummingbird.

    Etched in Bone

  • The chalkydri bobbed its feathered head and chittered in rapid, high-pitched tones, an aural hummingbird.

    Etched in Bone

  • "Strange are the ways of this world," Jumper chittered.

    Falcon Street

  • "I think I might fashion a craft from silk," Jumper chittered.

    Falcon Street

  • It chittered contentedly, its hunger and bloodlust sated.

    Who's There?

  • "I believe your sword would proffer some discouragement to water predators," Jumper chittered, "I could loop their extremities with silk, and render them vulnerable to your sharp edge."

    Falcon Street

  • "I fear that I, like you, am being overcome," Jumper chittered.

    Falcon Street

  • "I believe we can cross this, if we must," he chittered.

    Falcon Street

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