Third-person singular simple present indicative form of natter.(verb)
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Use "natters" in a sentence
"Anyone who natters on Twitter has to be a Twatter, or something like that? on April 15, 2010 at 10: 40 pm Serpico"
"The only thing that natters to them is making more money off the backs of those that do not understand how this economy works."
"And then the producers really lay the smack down on poor old Michaele, who natters on vaguely about "Lolly's involvement," blaming Mary for opening that conversation at dinner, and she and Jen agreeing that it was dumb of Lolly, or anyone, to post incriminating stuff on Facebook."