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49 adverbs to describe how to chattered

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

Though they chattered incessantly I could not understand a word they said, nor did they heed when I spoke to them.

All grimed with coaldust, they swing along the street with their dinner baskets and cans in their hands, chattering merrily.

The waves purpled and silvered, and broke into a mist like powdered amber, the blue distances melted softly, the white sand glittered, the gulls were chattering shrilly.

Sing Pete paddled back to the unfinished business of the kitchen, chattering excitedly.

nuh!" interrupted Muckluck, chattering volubly, and evidently commending the Boy to the Shamรกn.

Benny, chattering wildly to himself now, began a hasty reloading of his revolver.

Mistress Beatrix chattered French prettily, from a very early age; and sang sweetly, but this was from her mother's teaching, not Harry Esmond's, who could scarce distinguish one air from another, although he had no greater delight in life than to hear the ladies sing.

Queen Eleanor walked in her royal garden, amid the roses that bloomed sweetly, and with her walked six of her ladies-in-waiting, chattering blithely together.

" The old man began to chatter angrily, and abuse the lad for introducing a rival on the scene.

" One of the diminutive chipmunks of the hills scampered out from a cleft in the rocks and perched on a moss-covered log, chattering eagerly and jerking his tail in the well-known manner of chipmunks.

So passed the day,Miss Prissy busily chattering, clipping, basting,Mary patiently trying on to an unheard-of extent,and Mrs. Scudder's neat room whipped into a perfect froth and foam of gauze, lace, artificial flowers, linings, and other aids, accessories, and abetments.

With a heart of lead, Captain Horn turned to look at his negro companions, and saw them all sitting together on the sands, chattering earnestly, and holding up their hands with one or more fingers extended, as if they were counting.

I could have chattered filially to him; but he is a youngish man, who came only six months ago.

I had learnt to consider taciturnity a matter of course, except where there was actual occasion for speech; but Eunanรฉ had chattered so fluently and frankly just before, that her absolute silence might have suggested to me the possibility that she had heard and was pondering things not intended for her knowledge, had I been less preoccupied.

She was running on, not knowing what to say, and chattering rather foolishly in her embarrassment.

They attacked the laced soldier, chattering furiously, grumbling at him, intimidating him with the charming gestures of spoilt and pouting children.

Indeed, he chattered so glibly of rising prices and better times that the packing scheme was immediately referred to his mature judgment; and he not only recommended it heartily, but offered to handle our "stuff" on commission, or to buy it outright if it proved marketable.

How Mary wished that she did not have on a pale blue silk dress and high heeled shoes as she dragged her tired feet over the gravel paths and stood watching Gunda, the elephant, "weaving" back and forth on his chain, and the tigers and leopards keeping up their restless pacing up and down their cages, and the monkeys, chattering hideously and snatching through the bars at any shining object worn by their visitors!

They chattered idly, and the murmur of their talk rose on the just-felt breeze that greets the rising moon, like the ripple of waters.

She remembered her contemptuous silence before Stillman's obvious suavities, the high, assured laugh which his companion, Mrs. Condor, threw out to meet his quiet sallies, the ruffling satisfaction of her mother, chattering on irrelevantly, but with the undisguised purpose of creating a proper impression.

On the other side of you sits the returned emigrant, chattering irrepressibly in his queer version of the 'American language', and showing you the newspapers which are mailed to him every fortnight from the States.

"My brethren!" responded he a second time; his teeth chattered louder; his cheeks became clammy and death-like.

Emil, at sight of the fruit, chattered madly and tried to leap for it.

He merely chattered of former voyages and of the ports he had been in, invariably addressing his helper as Peter, and speaking of him as if he had been his comrade.

He was kicking vigorously in the water, and was thankful to find that, now he had got over the first chill, his teeth were not chattering so miserably.

All which Lucia saw as keenly as any one, and tried to pass off by chattering nervously and fussily for him, as well as for herself; whereby she only made him the more cross, for he could not the least understand her argument"Why, my dear, if you don't talk to people, I must!"

Fluffy-tailed gray squirrels chattered at us noisily from the wayside trees.

Birds of brilliant plumage flashed among the leaves and often chattered overhead, heedless of the passing army.

Out across the deep-green meadow we marched, the others trailing on either side with eager advice to me, or chattering of contests past, when Walter Butler and Branthe who is now war-chief of the loyal Mohawkscast hatchets for a silver girdle, which Brant wears still; and the patroon, and Sir John, and all the great folk from Guy Park were here a-betting on the Mohawk, which, they say, so angered Walter Butler that he lost the contest.

Wicked, shocking, incredible, that Florrie, with her soft voice and timid, affectionate manner, should have been chattering in secret so scandalously during all these weeks!

Whenever Hiram deigned to look at him, he chattered softly, timidly approached, retreated, went through all his tricks, watching the while for some sign of approval.

The brave woodpeckers were clinging to the snowless sides of the larger boles and overarching branches of the camp trees, making short nights from side to side of the grove, pecking now and then at the acorns they had stored in the bark, and chattering aimlessly as if unable to keep still, yet evidently putting in the time in a very dull way, like storm-bound travelers at a country tavern.

His voice was chattering stridently.

While Marie brushed out the long, rich, copper hair the two chattered unceasingly of France and the Army of steel-hearted poilus which held the frontiers of civilisation away yonder in Picardy, Artois, Champagne, and the Vosges.

And while I have thus been writing away without a pause and thinking about all sorts of things, I have unexpectedly chattered myself back among old school stories, and I avail myself of this opportunity to mention, Madame, that it was not my fault if I learned so little of geography that later in life I could not make my way in the world.

I found the lobby rapidly filling with scantily clad guests, whose teeth were visibly chattering.

Often they chattered speculatively of the storm beyond.

A number were apparently "old girls," who had been at Camp Keewaydin in former years; they flocked together in the bow right behind the Winnebagos, chattering animatedly, singing snatches of camp songs, and uttering conjectures in regard to such things as whether they would be in the Alley or the Avenue; and who was going to be councilor in All Saints this year.

I was ashamed that I had chattered so arrogantly, and perhaps all is not as I mean it.

He would have no one to chatter brightly to him at the dawn of day, no one to walk with him to their daily tasks at Burnham Breaker, to eat from the same pail with him the dinner that had been prepared for both, to come home with him at night, and fill the bare room in which they lived with light and cheer enough to flood a palace.

The French peasants had stood round grinning at these English boys who could not understand a word of French, but chattered cheerfully all the time in their own strange language.

And beside the big open fireplace, where a wood fire chattered companionably, sat a very pallid Billy, a rather thin Billy, with a great many bandages about his head.

Mrs. Egg chattered confusedly.

And he finally took refuge in offended silence, while they chattered continually behind his back.

Meanwhile an immense concourse of women, children, and dogs gathered round the strangers, and while the latter yelped their dislike to white men, the former chattered continuously, as they discussed the appearance of the strangers and their errand, which latter soon became known.

The chief magistrate felt unable to answer; his knees tottered and his teeth chattered convulsively.

He saw a large black hole in the ice, and a pale young fellow stood with chattering teeth shoulder-deep in the cold water.

Simeon chattered delightedly and sprang into Dory's lap to nestle comfortably there.