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Definition of "chattering" []

  • Rapid and continuous talk (noun)
  • The high-pitched, repetitive noises made by a bird, monkey, etc (noun)
  • Present participle of chatter. (verb)

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  • A noise that chatters. (noun)
  • Output fluctuation before reaching a stable condition. (noun)

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Use "chattering" in a sentence
  • "The fall through leafy branches and the dizzy heights; the snakes that struck at me as I dodged and leaped away in chattering flight; the wild dogs that hunted me across the open spaces to the timber -- these were terrors concrete and actual, happenings and not imaginings, things of the living flesh and of sweat and blood."
  • "Birds were chattering from the eaves, and she could hear the clip of the swallows 'beaks as they caught the last insects of the day."
  • "The monkey mind has been too too prominant and after so long off, it's chattering is drowned out by the need to GET ON WITH IT!"