Definition of Chattered

1. Verb. (past of chatter) ¹



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Definition of Chattered

1. chatter [v] - See also: chatter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chattered

chattel house
chattel mortgage
chattel paper
chattel papers
chattelism
chattels
chatter
chatter mark
chatterati
chatteration
chatterations
chatterbot
chatterbots
chatterbox
chatterboxes
chattered
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chatterers
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chatti
chattier
chatties
chattiest
chattily
chattiness
chattinesses

Literary usage of Chattered

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1. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (1839)
"Crimson with fury, Oliver started up, overthrew chair and table, seized Noah by the throat, shook him in the violence of his rage till his teeth chattered ..."

2. The Universal Songster: Or, Museum of Mirth: Forming the Most Complete (1834)
"At the corner of a lane, quite a lonely retreat, He saw something tall, and as white as a sheet ; He shook and he shivered, His teeth chattered and lips ..."

3. Camp Fires of the Confederacy: A Volume of Humorous Anecdotes, Reminiscences by Benjamin La Bree (1898)
"... at the bleeding, prostrate figure at his feet; his teeth chattered and his knees " His teeth chattered and his knees knocked together. ..."

4. The Journals of Washington Irving (Hitherto Unpublished) by Washington Irving (1919)
"called on Lady Harvey •— sat and chattered a long time with her — wishes me to write a novel. Says Duke of Wellington reads the papers which attack him and ..."

5. Rookwood: A Romance by William Harrison Ainsworth (1834)
"... "I should vote for retreating," chattered the Attorney, "if that cursed fellow had not placed a ne exeat at the door." " Give the word, captain," cried ..."

6. Journal of a West-India Proprietor: Kept During a Residence in the Island of by Matthew Gregory Lewis (1834)
"... and still, as on they came, They screeched and chattered; and their eyes of flame, Twinkling and goggling, told, what pleasure grim 'Twould give to rack ..."

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