Pronunciation of Chatter
/t͡ʃˈatə/, /tʃˈatə/, /tʃ_ˈa_t_ə/
Antonyms for chatter:
Synonyms for chatter:
conversation, old talk, talk away, birdsong, gnaw, oink, philosophize, twitter, run on, meander, ramble on, rake over, yap, banter, spout, stoop, bang on, preen, hold forth, repartee, spiel, scuttlebutt, molt, teethe, tu-whit tu-whoo, Goss, homing instinct, woof, badinage, cock-a-doodle-doo, drone on, bite at.
peach, blurt out.
Other synonyms and related words:
bruit, chin-wag, inspect, impose, flutter, declaim, schmooze, flick, haggle, spout off, chin music, gnaw, gossip, nibble, visit, banter, huckster, fall into place, chew up, dawn, inveigle, croak, maunder, alight, preen, masticate, small talk, peach, blarney, badinage, remonstrate, babble out, cacophony, tattling, clangor, rebuke, ruffle, express, yakety-yak, ramble on, jangle, natter, bawl out, philosophize, inflict, piffle, peck, gabfest, hiss, perch, birdsong, palaver, bring down, drone on, get through, chat, have words, penetrate, scold, conversation, cajole, whine, scuttlebutt, backchat, wheedle, rag, chattering, lambast, reproof, nest, yap away, spiel, shriek, oink, sound, consult, brattle, brawl, travel to, repartee, confer, chew out, fly, din, reprimand, wing, decibel, katzenjammer, molt, story, coax, twaddle, trumpet, song, confabulation, yack away, articulate, babel, mumble, ramble, snap, yak, murmur, get across, trounce, causerie, tick, blurt, dish the dirt, manducate, tweet, see, whistle, prate, jaw, mutter, chew the fat, stoop, come home, talk away, Bowwow, chew, blab, nip, higgle, yack, twitter, brood, berate, tittle-tattle, chide, blare, click, cock-a-doodle-doo, claver, bluster, lambaste, sink in, blab out, waffle, gabble, blather, yap, confabulate, confab, blabber, mussitate, bite, dress down, shoot the breeze, discordance, clack, rattle on, gas, gibber, chaffer, clamor, go on, gibberish, sing, spout, migrate.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
blather, conversation, repartee, banter.
Sense 4 (noun)
cock-a-doodle-doo, small talk, song, birdsong, shriek.
Sense 5 (noun)
chat, tattle, visit, click, clack, chattering, blab, gibber, tittle-tattle, chaffer, confab, claver, palaver, chitchat, twaddle, maunder, prate, blabber, yack, piffle, yakety-yak, jaw, cackle, gossip, prattle, natter, yak, gabble, confabulate.
constant or rapid talk (noun)
empty talk (noun)
bray, chirp, squeal, cry, call, bleat, cuckoo, howl, quack, neigh, gobble, whinny, grunt, roar, purr, snort, ululation, snarl, moo, bawl, cackle, mew, bellow, twit, honk, meow, trill, squawk, cluck, hoot, crow, bay, yelp, coo, growl, warble, caw, bark.
speak fast and non-stop (verb)
bray, chirp, squeal, cry, call, bleat, cuckoo, howl, quack, neigh, gobble, whinny, grunt, roar, purr, snort, ululate, snarl, moo, bawl, cackle, mew, bellow, twit, honk, meow, trill, squawk, cluck, hoot, crow, bay, yelp, coo, growl, warble, caw, bark.
Usage examples for chatter:
- The girls beamed without saying a word, then they broke into excited chatter. - "The Electronic Mind Reader", John Blaine.
- Meanwhile, if you're through with your ridiculous chatter, we'll go to supper. - "Left Tackle Thayer", Ralph Henry Barbour.
- A murmur ran through the crowd of fish- wives, all their heads gathered close together, and animated chatter ensued. - "The Fat and the Thin", Emile Zola.