chatter


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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

References in classic literature ?
She could not help thinking, too, that it would be very pleasant to have such a friend as Gilbert to jest and chatter with and exchange ideas about books and studies and ambitions.
Jane and Josie both answered at once and the chatter drifted into a side eddy of fashions.
If I did not myself sigh before them, and chatter with cold, and patiently LET myself be swathed in their pity!
A soft babel of feminine chatter and laughter came from the main room.
when she displays her dainty outline, her richly ornamented form, and chatters gaily with the foolish man
Among the more than 60 Major Leaguers already using Infield Chatter to engage with their fans are All-Stars such as David Ortiz, Josh Donaldson, Dee Gordon, Eric Hosmer, Adam Jones and Jake Arrieta.
Morrell believes the Chatter technology is much more than just a networking platform, as it delivers a solution for the very critical issue of discoverability to the world of risk management.
Chatter Now will add presence to the product, enabling users to see other users and share documents, the company said.
For me, the word sounds old, but the products and services coming from Chatter.
The acquisition will enable Salesforce's Chatter to follow the integration collaboration and communication model of Facebook by adding critical real-time communication technologies to its product.
It is known that the generation of chatter affects mostly the main force component (Altintas & Lee, 1998; Raman, 1992).
Chatter is a harmonic imbalance that occurs between the tool and the workpiece because the part and the tool are bouncing against each other.
And even though the Dickson Baseball Dictionary defines it as ``lively, often meaningless talk spoken for team morale,'' the main reason why high school players chatter from the dugout is to disrupt the opponent.
Built on the Salesforce Platform, the world's leading cloud platform for social and mobile business apps, Smarsh Archiving & Compliance for Chatter is immediately available for download on the AppExchange at www.