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chitter

verb chit·ter \ˈchi-tər\

Definition of CHITTER

intransitive verb
:  twitter, chirp; also :  chatter

Examples of CHITTER

  1. <the chittering birds outside were driving the cat crazy>
  2. <the cell phone chittered in his pocket>

Origin of CHITTER

Middle English chiteren, probably of imitative origin
First Known Use: 13th century

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