chatterer[ chat-er-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF chatterer
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But you are a chatterer, and it is not pleasant to associate with you.
Chatterer was in the worst kind of trouble, and there was no one to blame but himself.
"Must be that Chatterer got out of bed the wrong way this morning," thought he.
By the way, Chatterer, Happy Jack forgot to say that you are a good swimmer.
Chatterer looked at Happy Jack and blinked in a puzzled way.
None the less he gossiped, for, as they say on the river, "Even the wise oochiri is a chatterer."
I have a dim idea that some one told me that she wrote things for the Chatterer.
It seemed to Chatterer and Peter that he was slower than usual.
One of these old ladies was as gay a chatterer as if she were only seventeen.
"Give me the remedy, then, chatterer," the monk replied as he held out his glass.