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  • verb Present participle of chunter.

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Examples

  • Mr Bercow's banter with Mr Grayling looked to me very much like 'chuntering' - if we can use the word the Speaker himself threw at Keith Simpson.

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  • Mr Bercow's banter with Mr Grayling looked to me very much like 'chuntering' - if we can use the word the Speaker himself threw at Keith Simpson.

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  • Mr Bercow's banter with Mr Grayling looked to me very much like 'chuntering' - if we can use the word the Speaker himself threw at Keith Simpson.

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  • Last week there was also an incident when a Tory frontbencher, Keith Simpson, was clumsily told off by the Squeaker for 'chuntering'.

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  • Last week there was also an incident when a Tory frontbencher, Keith Simpson, was clumsily told off by the Squeaker for 'chuntering'.

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  • Last week there was also an incident when a Tory frontbencher, Keith Simpson, was clumsily told off by the Squeaker for 'chuntering'.

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  • "chuntering," but he obeyed at once, leading the ponies at a quick walk in and out amongst several ostrich enclosures, till they were quite a quarter of a mile from the farm, from which there came the buzz of voices and the occasional stamp of a horse on the still night air.

    A Dash from Diamond City

  • There has been no repeat of that in Wigan but there has been plenty of chuntering.

    Wigan silent as rival coaches voice concern over tackles and tactics

  • Second set: Djokovic* 6-2, 4-2 Nadal *denotes server Nadal doesn't look happy at the changeover - he's chuntering away to the referee.

    Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal - as it happened! | John Ashdown

  • Not only do you refer to his latest little chuntering disciplinary problem, but you've put his sulky face up at the top of the OBO.

    Australia v New Zealand - live! | Rob Smyth

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