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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chunter.

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Examples

  • I don't like beans and he likes beans, one wife chunters as her other half of 50 years nods earnestly.

    The Hotel: Grace Dent's TV OD

  • Mitt chunters on for a bit, and sort of says yes but no but no but no bailouts.8.07pm ET: First question to Herman Cain – is it sex?

    GOP debate in Michigan – as it happened

  • "I didn't speak for the people of Israel, I speak as an historian," chunters Gingrich.

    GOP presidential debate in Iowa: as it happened

  • In fairness, Jim probably needs to shout a little when there is a new development in a running story? say, a slight easing of the Ivory Coast international's injury? because Sky Sports News is often used as the default setting in sports bars when there is no live action to show, and chunters on in the corner at low volume, competing with music tapes, quiz machines and married couples staring glumly at each other.

    The big story is cricket but the news is all football

  • It is quite a walk from the car park to our new position in the £21m pavilion, at least half a dozen chunters.

    County cricket - as it happened

  • Winston Smith chunters on about how bad the French are but I can tell him that life in France is infinitely better than life in the UK.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • But, as The Telegraph chunters on this morning about Blair facing accusations last night that he is wasting nearly £7 billion of taxpayers 'money on "a failing war on terror", I guess the one thing we are not going to hear about is more equipment and resources for our troops.

    Apparently not

  • The overarching problem is obvious: while Oskar may have been a charming narrator in Foer's intentionally rambling novel - and even that's up for debate - on screen he's an almighty nuisance, who chunters on endlessly and is routinely vile towards his grieving mother, played with many a pained look by Sandra Bullock "I wish you had died in that building instead of Dad," he tells her flatly.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • This after having splunked the same again on a Big screen in the town centre that just chunters away with no one bothering to watch it.

    Army Rumour Service

  • This after having splunked the same again on a Big screen in the town centre that just chunters away with no one bothering to watch it.

    Army Rumour Service

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