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Synonyms for tweet

a weak chirping sound as of a small bird

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make a weak, chirping sound

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squeeze tightly between the fingers

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Carter Wilkerson asked US food chain Wendy's how many retweets he needed for a year's supply of nuggets back in April.
Darcy's original tweet, as a result of Tom's retweet, word
Only media organizations and news websites can use public accounts to release and retweet political reports.
As you establish followers and continue looking to widen your reach, occasionally ask your followers to retweet your inflatable business' posts, or mention favorite tweets to their own audience.
To take part, follow @racingpost and retweet the #SUPPORTOURJOCKEYs message.
As for how your institution encourages engagement (or, in Twitter-speak, retweets and responses), consider these statistics in a three-month period only 27 percent of Twitter users tweeted and 50 percent of the most influential tweets consumed were generated by just 20,000 "power" users.
A popular French-Canadian newspaper, La Presse, also has a Twitter account with just about the same number of followers, and I did not get any retweets from La Presse's feed, either.
In an interview with the "Good Morning Britain" program, Trump was pushed by Piers Morgan, the presenter, about his November retweet of three videos by the group called Britain First that caused outrage in Britain and brought a rare rebuke from Prime Minister Theresa May.
On Wednesday, the British government told Trump he was "wrong" to retweet the series of anti-Muslim video clips promoted by a leader of an ultranationalist fringe group that May's office said "peddles lies" and "hateful narratives.
However, in a reply to Trump's retweet, the Netherlands Embassy corrected some of the tweet saying the person identified as a "migrant" was born and raised in the Netherlands and was sentenced under Dutch law.
But without the ability to retweet the routine, it remained virtually unknown until a video of its creator Joanna Rohrback went viral.
DeGeneres, who said Twitter officials contacted her to say she broke the record, had her eyes on the prize even before posting the photo, encouraging viewers of the widely-watched show to retweet it and break the record.
She asked viewers to help her set a retweet record, and they quickly complied.
By last night 2,765 users had retweeted the Racing Post's (@RacingPost) #SUPPORTOURJOCKEYs message, every unique retweet generating a PS1 donation from the Post to the Injured Jockeys Fund and Jockeys Emergency Fund.