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Synonyms for chirrup

a series of chirps


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make high-pitched sounds

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Although he refuses all political labels, Florida's is a fine example of the kind of chirrupy, optimistic liberalism, which despite its many shortcomings is far more preferable than the social arrangements preferred by the Hobbesian-state-of-nature-plus-the-futures-market vision of society offered by neo-cons.
Six little pieces by Howard Skempton, for example, made few aural, intellectual or technical demands; and Gabriel Jackson's The White Bird did little more than show that the chirrupy E-flat clarinet can sound just as melodically elegant as its larger counterparts.