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  • No cars, no autoplanes ... just a rustling mass of aliens, chuttering endlessly in their harsh sibilant language, scraping their hard spiny limbs and bodies against each other and the rounded, gourd-like walls.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Flandry's first awareness was of weight, enclosure, chuttering pump, cooled dried air blown at his nostrils.

    A Circus of Hells

  • "It's what you do, just the same: cluckling and chuttering!"

    Gentle Julia

  • A nesting grouse flew chuttering out from under a juniper bush, alighted a short distance away and went limping and dragging one wing before them, cheeping piteously.

    The Quirt

  • A nesting grouse flew chuttering out from under a juniper bush, alighted

    Sawtooth Ranch

  • There's no such words in the English language as 'cluckling' and 'chuttering.'"

    Gentle Julia

  • He looked as if you'd set him crazy if you didn't quit that chuttering and cluckling! "

    Gentle Julia

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