57 collocations for chat

"See how gayly he is chatting with Laura.

Theatre: footlight chat number 2.

She knew that they had been chatting a long time in the hall, after Clayhanger had bidden adieu to the rest of the family.

It was understood that the minister had there sat in another antiquated chair of capacious arms and upholstered in faded green velvet, a chair brought by Clem; and that he had weakly chatted away a pleasant hour or two without ever once daring to bring Miss Caroline's evil state to that attention which it merited from her.

Les contes du chat perche.

He quietly expressed his satisfaction at the complete arrangements of the Kermess, chatted a moment with his daughter, and then innocently marched over to the flower booth and made a liberal purchase from each of the three girls.

precipice; maelstrom, volcano; ambush &c 530; pitfall, trapdoor; trap &c (snare) 545. sword of Damocles; wolf at the door, snake in the grass, death in the pot; latency &c 526. ugly customer, dangerous person, le chat qui dort

Here the ladies took possession of the best sitting-room; and, notwithstanding the fatigue of the journey, Lady Haworth sat up with her sister till near ten o'clock, chatting gaily about a thousand things.

She chatted away a good deal; asked me about astronomy, and how I came to study it.

After we had offered up our private devotions, and had chatted a little from our beds, Dr. Johnson said, 'GOD bless us both, for Jesus Christ's sake!

Sitting beside a window, chin in hand, her lower lip compressed between her teeth, she saw Fyfe, after the lapse of ten minutes, leave by the front entrance, stopping to chat a minute with Linda and Charlie Benton, who were moving slowly toward the house.

We say, an honest man calls a spade a spade; and the French call "un chat un chat."

R631060. Theatre: footlight chat finale.

In the Parque Central were other walkers, chatting groups, and lookers-on.

For some time they chatted without interruption, and the captain's replies, when Hardy at last made an attempt to make the conversation general, enabled the doctor to see, without much difficulty, that the latter was an unwelcome guest.

And when a young lady, the mistress's niece, was visiting us, I used to chat with her the whole evening, and sometimes we even sat through the night.

She visited the poor of her husband's patients, watched with them when there was need, made little collections for their relief, chatted away their forebodings, half cured them with her smile.

My friend told me chat his trade price for this article was 3s.

" By-and-by, however, she began to hear of his being seen at the Umpty Club and Gaston's, chatting with Pearl Preston (one of those people, you know, Daphne, who're immensely talked about but never mentioned).

Soon, with the familiarity of youth and high spirits, the three of them were merrily chatting on the weather, the war, the theater and all manner of things.

OTHER BURGHER On holidays and Sundays naught know I more inviting Than chatting about war and war's alarms, When folk in Turkey, up in arms, Far off, are 'gainst each other fighting.

Elle se mit à crier comme un chat qui voit approcher un chien.

" They chatted personalities for a while.

She said off-hand: "C'est un chat du mois de juin."

She said off-hand: "C'est un chat du mois de juin."

57 collocations for  chat