Chattered [verb]

Definition of Chattered:

speak fast and non-stop

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Sentence/Example of Chattered:

His teeth still chattered, and spells of violent shivering passed over him from head to foot.

But the latter caught him by the coat sleeve and held on while she chattered like a magpie to the young college man.

His teeth chattered in his head, and when he rose at dark to continue his journey his tattered clothes were frozen stiff.

The water felt warm at first, but after a while it felt cold, and their fingers ached and their teeth chattered.

Glover and Sweeny, two of the most talkative creatures on earth, chattered much to each other.

While his master went off to the cellar the two rakes who remained chattered and laughed both pretty loud.

"I wish t' hell, stranger, you-all hadn't edged off south," chattered Alfred.

Walking along, Alcide Jolivet chattered away as usual, with his invariable good-humor.

Poor Mappo was very thirsty by this time, but though he chattered very hard, and cried "Water!"

Mzli chattered gaily by Apollonie's side, and as soon as she reached home, wanted to tell her mother what had happened.