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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of chunter.

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Examples

  • The first commercial I saw was for a product to treat male pattern baldness, which chuntered on about microfibres, but was basically just hair in a jar you slap on your bald patches.

    Sky's 3D golf coverage leaves sales pitch out in the rain

  • "Oh, there they are," chuntered Alliss as the camera lingered on the wind turbines, and, as he paused and harrumphed in characteristic style, we took bets round our gaff on whether the commentator would be in favour of this renewable energy source or not.

    Peter Alliss: the pork pie of golf commentators | Martin Kelner

  • All across Premier League grounds fans chuntered about bad acting in the Barça-Real games.

    Barcelona's bad acting will not be welcome against Manchester United | Paul Hayward

  • They chuntered a little about vital work and space to think – but then, rightly, shut up.

    Train travel: First among equals

  • Sky interviewed a hopeless Lib Dem MP afterwards, whose name escaped me before during and afterwards, but who managed to call her own leader Mr Cameron, referred to the Chancellor's predictions of how much the economy will keep "glowing, I mean, growing" and generally chuntered away in such an embarrassing way as to make Ming's performance look verily Churchillian ...

    Post Your Comment on the Budget Here!

  • If some soap star had popped her clogs or some Newcastle striker had gone to the great subs bench in the sky, then you may be sure that the Number 10 machine would have chuntered out some tabloid-friendly quote. '

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Blair strangely silent about disgusting death of Saddam

  • If some soap star had popped her clogs or some Newcastle striker had gone to the great subs bench in the sky, then you may be sure that the Number 10 machine would have chuntered out some tabloid-friendly quote.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Blair strangely silent about disgusting death of Saddam

  • The next morning, the Iguana management having kindly sent someone with the keys to fetch my hired car from outside Roderick's flat, I packed what little I would need for the Kruger Park, and chuntered round to Evan and Conrad's hotel.

    Smokescreen

  • The next morning, the Iguana management having kindly sent someone with the keys to fetch my hired car from outside Roderick's flat, I packed what little I would need for the Kruger Park, and chuntered round to Evan and Conrad's hotel.

    Smokescreen

  • While I finished my ale he chuntered away in his own Gaelic.

    The Yeoman Adventurer

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