Definition of Chatted

1. Verb. (past of chat) ¹



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Definition of Chatted

1. chat [v] - See also: chat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chatted

chatoyancies
chatoyancy
chatoyant
chatoyants
chatoyment
chatroom
chatrooms
chats
chats up
chatshow
chatshows
chatspeak
chatta
chattas
chatted (current term)
chatted up
chattel
chattel house
chattel mortgage
chattel paper
chattel papers
chattelism
chattels
chatter
chatter mark
chatterati
chatteration
chatterations

Literary usage of Chatted

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1. Diary of Sarah Connell Ayer: Andover and Newburyport, Massachusetts; Concord by Sarah Newman Connell Ayer (1910)
"... books &c., and called on my friend Emily, she was not at home. I chatted a few moments with her Mama then went a shopping. I met Emily in my rambles, ..."

2. England as Seen by an American Banker: Notes of a Pedestrian Tour by Claudius Buchanan Patten (1885)
"I begged it of the superintendent as I chatted with him in his attractive room at Waltham Cross, eighteen miles from London. ..."

3. Posthumous Memoirs of Karoline Bauer: From the German by Karoline Bauer (1884)
"His eyes, otherwise so melancholy, beamed, his whole gait appeared more animated, fresh, and gay. He chatted away without ceremony, all pedantry was put ..."

4. The natural history of 'bores'. by Angus Bethune Reach (1847)
"AND LAST. have chatted through twelve chapters of Bores, and intend to make this, which completes the Baker's dozen, the final one of our little work. ..."

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