from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a small note, such as a pass or voucher slip; a chit.
- adj. full of chits or sprouts
- adj. childish; like a baby
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of chits or sprouts.
- adj. Childish; like a babe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of chits or sprouts.
- Afflicted with warts or pimples.
- Childish; like a pert young girl.
- n. See chit.
So I thought I would pick a sibling to chitty chat about – and the winner is: Brother #2.
Perhaps you should be reading something other than my blog, that is nothing more than a chance for me to chitty chat with my people.
It shall be a mishmash and a chitty chat of delightful goodness.
She tries to come across as smart and educated but she does not even know basic geography (going to london from moscow?? on what?? chitty chitty bang bang??) she smokes pot and that is only what we have seen with our own eyes!
Puts me in mind of chitty-chitty bang-bang. raynor on
They'll get some chitty plan that pays 80% with a $20 co pay each time they see a doctor (if they see a doc – most times it's a physician assistant) and see how much 80% covers when they have a some routine surgery costing over $100,000. rachel
Good morrow, cuties, and welcome to your latest edition of Your Sunday Morning Liveblog of political chitty-chat.
Let's meet up for a drink and some chitty chat about genre drama (if you say it fast enough, it rhymes) and kitty cats.
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