1529 examples of chatter in sentences
He was very weak at first, and I looked after him, while every day Muriel came and ate with us, brightening our lives by her smart and merry chatter.
" Then their chatter abruptly ceased, for Madame Bourdieu made her appearance on the threshold of her private room.
As soon as he was alone the young man let his newspaper fall upon his knees, and lapsed into a reverie, haunted by all the chatter he had heard, both there and in Norine's company, and shuddering at the thought of the dreadful secrets that had been revealed to him.
The chatter of the machine gun drowned any cries from the two men below.
The stars do not chatter about us, but they have a balm for us if we will be silent.
She ceased her chatter, knitted her eyebrows, then raised them, opened her lips and with the vivacity of a Parisienne left her admirers to hurl herself like a torpedo upon our critic.
Maxime and his family sat in a tea-shop at a little table, gay chatter and the perfume of women all about him.
This silence did not arise from slowness of thought, but from the chatter of the others.
That was quite enough to fix preferentially the guilt upon the guilty party, but when the medical advisers of the new Grand Duke admitted reluctantly that neither Francesco nor Bianca had died from malarial causes, the chitter-chatter of the villa and the palace became unmuzzled, and first one and then another domesticmore or less personalcontributed his piece of private knowledge of the facts of the double tragedy.
Even the missionary ladies unbent so far as to say they would miss my bright face and merry chatter.
It would have made an inexperienced person's teeth chatter.
I recognize all the wisdom of your proceeding, although you will agree it has something offensive and humiliating for me, but after all, it is preferable that you should come and tell me this to my face, than that you should go and chatter in the village and tattle without my knowledge.
But, you know, if they saw your servant sitting at your table, they would not wait to look for the why and wherefore, they would begin to chatter.
He said to my aunt: "You cannot leave Veronica alone at Mirecourt; she will soon be fifteen; she is tall and nice-looking; she will run too much risk, and we must take her with us; but as it would make these foolish peasants chatter if their Curé had a strange young girl in the house, she shall pass as my niece.
There would be less chatter about revolution if our people could only understand what it means to go through the horrors that have destroyed Russia and her people more effectively than the most ruthless invasion.
And ye that wage the war of words With mystic fame and subtle power, Go, chatter to the idle birds, Or teach the lesson of the hour!
She was abstracted obviously for the simple reason that she had something on her mind, something not altogether to her liking, judging from the uneasy color which came and went in her face, by her rattling, senseless flow of chatter, by her fidgeting, unnecessary adjustments of the mechanism of the car.
Peeps into their interiors reveal dirty, poorly furnished rooms, and large families, pigging squalidly together at meal times, while unkempt men and slatternly women lean from open windows, and scold in French, or chatter with crowds of ragged and bare-legged children, playing in the gutters.
Chunks of chatter and song.
Chunks of chatter and song.
Then he indulges in a fit of merriment at his own jokes'chatter-chatter-chat-chat-chat-chat-chat' he says, calling his own name as he slips away to the security of a catbrier or barberry bush.
"The woo-woo call and the woo-woo answer were not well timed and toned, and the babel-chatter was a failure.
They sat apart, after taking a drink in the bar-room, and with scowling but interested looks listened to the chatter going on around them.
It is they who gibber and chatter thus at dawn, leaving me with no more self-assurance than a man on ticket-of-leave.
His teeth began to chatter then so that he could scarcely speak.