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  • v. Present participle of natter.
  • n. Idle chatter.


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  • Whenever a Liberal has an objection to a conservative, their nattering is deemed "Asking the hard questions."

    Leahy on Sotomayor: 'Stop the racial politics'

  • There will be some nattering from the GOP about using the reconciliation tactic, but that just proves the depth of their hypocrisy; they were all in favor of it when they were the majority.

    Reconcile This

  • I realize I have just been kind of nattering on this week and the one time I wasn't that turned out real well; but this weekend I promise to try and do some real entries.

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  • After he was thrown from public office for tax fraud, extortion and bribery, we never heard much more from Agnew, and his most enduring legacy was to imprint "nattering," "nabob" and

    Boise Weekly

  • It is demeaning, snickering, and the kind of nattering nabobbing of negatisism that shows those running the Republican talking points show here are truly not putting love of country above winning the election at all costs.

    California Progress Report

  • I think I should be grateful I wasn't nattering on about my fish that day.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • The alien nattering becomes a distraction instead of a way into the pile of jargon.

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  • President Obama has once again shown that he has way more class than either Sgt. Crowley or any of the nattering nabobs criticizing him.

    Obama speaks with Gates' arresting officer

  • All I hear is the 'nattering nabobs of negativity'.

    Republicans react to jobless report

  • It's just more hooey from the nattering nabobs of negativity.

    Republicans react to jobless report


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