Any of several passerine birds, mostly from South America; especially the cotingas. (noun)
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Use "chatterer" in a sentence
"The so-called chatterer has a pleasant note, beautiful plumage, makes a living cleverly, and is graceful in form; it appears to be alien to our country; at all events it is seldom seen at a distance from its own immediate home."
"You'll make a good point, a half-dozen of her commenters will respond with some counterpoint, and if you respond to more than 2 of them she deletes your posts without notice and declares you a "chatterer"."
"At home, although the man in our house is outnumbered 3: 1, I would say that the women speak a disproportionate amount of the time (none of usis agreat chatterer, though, our house is more likely to be silent rather than filled with conversation by either gender)."