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  • n. natter, prattle, mindless chatter.
  • v. To natter, prattle; to mindlessly chatter


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  • A lot of us don't get a lot out of narrow-minded, self-righteous, paranoia coupled with obviously disingenuous yatter about being the party of small government and fiscal conservatism – eight years of George Bush made those lies too obvious to miss.

    'Regular guy' Thune is hot commodity in GOP circles

  • Her heart went as quick as a rabbit, her long skirt rustled, the voices of the party blended behind her into a singular chorus of yatter.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • Original post by yatter. (Iain Emsley) [...]

    Yatterings » BBC 7 sf short story – Zoran Zivkovic

  • He juist yatter-yattered awa 'like a parrot a' the time.

    My Man Sandy

  • 'Here's me no seen baker's bread for a month, and no company but a wheen ignorant Hielanders that yatter Gawlic.

    Mr. Standfast

  • They will be out talk-talking, yatter-yattering when the kye are being milked in the morning.

    The Dew of Their Youth

  • Must be a slow news day, to hear him yatter on in his nonsensical, poorly researched diatribe.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • He'll yatter on for a bit but he will then give you the other GOLDEN SCALE!!


  • Rather than yatter about what the blog will be and won’t be, however, I figure it’s better to let it unfold itself.

    Howdy | Fan Cinema Today


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