Definition of Chin-wagging

1. Noun. Light informal conversation for social occasions.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chin-wagging

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chimpanzeelike
chimpanzees
chimped
chimping
chimplike
chimps
chimæra
chimæric
chimæræ
chin
chin-chin
chin-up
chin-ups
chin-wag
chin-wagging (current term)
chin-wags
chin cap
chin chin
chin guard
chin guards
chin jerk
chin muscle
chin music
chin reflex
chin rest
chin roll
chin rolls
chin strap
chin up

Literary usage of Chin-wagging

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1. The Crimson Conquest: A Romance of Pizarro and Peru by Charles Bradford Hudson (1907)
"As Rogelio entered and stood blinking at the brilliancy, his fat chin wagging with renewed rage at their effrontery, they surveyed him a moment, ..."

2. Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art by William Harrison Ainsworth, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (1851)
"... bent almost double, palsy-stricken, her arms and limbs shaking, her head nodding, her chin wagging, her snowy locks hanging about her wrinkled visage, ..."

3. Through Rhodesia with the Sharpshooters by Rennie Stevenson (1901)
"Our officers tried all their persuasive powers to at least make them get aboard and get steam up ; but, no! the chin wagging still went on. ..."

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