chirrup

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Synonyms for chirrup

a series of chirps

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make high-pitched sounds

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I know, chirrups someone, how about some fire-eaters?
Stevenson has a wisp of roguish charm as the pint-sized tearaway but Huston chirrups every line wide-eyed with a shrill Scottish accent and Grant cajoles boos and hisses as the pantomime villain.
Just over half of alcohol drinkers in Britain have tried real ale, the campaign's press release excitedly chirrups - 52% compared to 35% in 2008.
There's nothing better than a nice pitta bread, some carrot sticks and a pot of hummus," he chirrups.
She's played by stunning French actress Chaneac - the fact she's foreign isn't a problem, as Dren doesn't talk, just chirrups.
Despite the hot weather my wife and I have to sleep with the window closed because of the chaos of squawks, shrieks, chirrups, and cooings waking us up at four thirty to five o clock in the mornings.
IT'S a bedtime story, anything can happen," chirrups one of the film's rosy-cheeked, young protagonists.
Equipment designed for studying bats picked up high-pitched chirrups in the calls of the concave-eared torrent frog Amolops tormotus, says Albert S.
Guinea pigs have a wide range of sounds which include grunts, squeaks, coos, chirrups and gurgles.
Maybe slightly more Blair Witch Project than we'd intended (which is what happens when someone chirrups 'walk, anyone?
Huston chirrups every line with a shrill Scottish accent and Grant plays the pantomime villain, while Stevenson has a certain roguish charm as the pint-sized tearaway.
Huston chirrups every line wide-eyed with a shrill Scottish accent while Grant cajoles boos and hisses as the pantomime villain.
I'm making so many plans, it's fantastic," chirrups the squeaky-voiced one who, rather perturbingly, looks just like he did in 1978 minus the tank top and flares.
Others have made tiny microwave beacons that can coordinate their signals in a manner reminiscent of crickets and fireflies synchronizing nightly chirrups and blinks.
Suddenly, his portable phone chirrups in the stillness.