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Synonyms for chatter

Synonyms for chatter

to talk volubly, persistently, and usually inconsequentially

to talk rapidly, incoherently, or indistinctly

to make or cause to make a succession of short, sharp sounds

incessant and usually inconsequential talk

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the rapid series of noises made by the parts of a machine

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the high-pitched continuing noise made by animals (birds or monkeys)

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click repeatedly or uncontrollably

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cut unevenly with a chattering tool

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make noise as if chattering away

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We are once again being assaulted by the prattle of the liberal chattering classes condemning the victims while defending the perpetrators of that foul deed.
In super trendy Dublin the chattering classes are saying that Coffee bars are passe and that the next big thing is juice bars.
I am sure that it will not be sidetracked by the navel-gazing of the chattering classes of Wales who constantly demand more powers for the Assembly rather than concentrating on the job at hand.
IN many ways the chattering classes like nothing better than to slag off our American cousins.
Our new First Minister's debating skills have sent the chattering classes into a spin over whether his performances are good enough for them to analyse at their boring West End dinner parties.
There's a tendency amongst the chattering classes of all parties to think that all you have to do is change the voting system or bring in PR or whatever.
We should focus on that rather than some debate among the chattering classes about whether it is decent or not to take cannabis at university.
What the Tribune and the rest of the chattering classes who deride the old biddy fail to realise is that it was those qualities of arrogance, mild inebriation and insistence on all the pomp and circumstance that made her so special.
The Labour attack on Section 28 may please the chattering classes, and media luvvies, but is irrelevant to the economic needs of ordinary Labour voters.
Indeed, the impression gained was that for the average Parisian the game is viewed in much the same way as it was by our own chattering classes a decade ago: as an inconvenient distraction from the more important things in life.
But while Tolkein is a cult among the chattering classes who name their children Gandalf, Harry Potter is merely popular.
Not from the spin-doctors of Millbank Tower, not from the adulation of the chattering classes of Islington, but from the authority of Parliament," said Mr Luff.
Although in the 1980s he was the darling of the chattering classes, these days he prefers to keep a lower profile.
Clamouring for time to join the chattering classes on television must be a time consuming business too.
CRIMINALS are the concern of law courts, not the under-employed chattering classes who want a footballer, who served a sentence for rape, signing-on for the rest of his life.