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verb as in talk, gossip

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Find this and all the panel discussions, interviews, fireside chats and interactive Q&As listed in the event agenda.

With the scheduling app Raft, you can set up a project for others to like, add comments to and privately chat about.

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They lead to things like better-quality photos and videos, chat over Wi-Fi, knowing when a message is read, sharing reactions, and better capabilities for group chats.

The man who fed the first president — and hungered for freedomWashington also had little patience for chit chat.

Here they found important differences in reelin, a chemical that helps brain cells chat with each other.

He chatted with them, and they eventually sent him the first few scripts.

In one of the moments I chatted briefly with him he made a quip about my work that my mother still quotes to this day.

We chatted with Samberg about all of that, bad wedding toasts, Billy Joel karaoke, and more.

We chatted about the crazy rehearsal process and how much dancing you do all day.

Baffled by the jargon-heavy consumer information manual, I chatted with Cheryl Luptowski from the NSF consumer affairs office.

She chatted freely, discoursed on almost every topic, and during it all he saw what a wonderfully courageous woman she was.

Through the open windows floated the sound of girls voices, as Norah and Dinah chatted and laughed in the garden.

Walked the trenches where I chatted with the regimental officers and men, and found my compatriots in very good form.

The whole way home these two chatted, and John Silence was as gentle and sympathetic as a woman.

Personal inquiries, private affairs can be cosily chatted over.


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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chatted, such as: go on, chatter, prate, cackle, babble, and jaw.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.