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Synonyms for chit-chat

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Indulge in fun chit-chats and revive the charm of friendship once again.
And remember it doesn't take long for friendly chit-chat to turn into flirty banter, then a coffee, then a drink.
Contrary to popular belief, engaging the prospect in social chit-chat at the beginning a sales presentation is not a good use of time.
Lorna, with simple chit-chat moments before the op, helped put my mind at ease, as I admit I was scared, and especially Clare whose aftercare was second to none.
ISLAMABAD -- Senator Ishaq Dar's 53-page Wednesday budget speech was quite a challenge for patience of parliamentarians, who were compelled towards occasional chit-chat out of boredom by this ordeal.
Exterior aesthetics aside, the friendly staff offered some fun chit-chat about the merits of hair dye.
Your garden opens up opportunities for chit-chat with your neighbourhood (evangelism), your garden hose showers life for growth, a gift of harvest and prayers of thanks (baptism) and the community sees your heart of love through your Christ like giving and living (discipleship).
In an chit-chat interview with the Daily Mail, Lineker revealed how his life changed on finding out about his son's condition.
And of course, there's something about the atmosphere in Graham's studio that makes some of the biggest names in showbusiness feel comfortable enough to come on and bare their soul, as well as engage in chit-chat about all manner of bizarre topics.
Not for the Prime Minister, but for the people who forked out up to pounds 100,000 a plate for a mediocre dinner and a tedious round of chit-chat that offered precisS ely no influence whatsoever on policy.
If you are ready to graduate from the kid's table and move up to the adult's table this Thanksgiving, but need something to chit-chat about while carving the turkey with the grownups, the Steamy Bohemians will give you plenty to gobble-gobble about.
The place is buzzing with chit-chat about which houses they might go for.
I spent more time on Monday looking at these than I did listening to C&B's chit-chat, Tony Blair or watching that skateboarding dog.
This week he welcomes more famous faces to the studio for another round of gossip, chit-chat and general frivolity.
He said: "I've always enjoyed doing the paper round because you meet people and have a bit of a chit-chat, and it keeps me fit.