Synonyms for chirruping

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But would you say that it was this chirruping that made the sun rise?

Not a sound, save the chirruping of the sparrows in the trees of the park, was to be heard.

The fire had sunk low—the crickets were chirruping gleefully.

Yet she is a jolly soul, laughing at her misfortunes, and chirruping to her baby.

Indeed, The Hopper's spirits rose under his continued "goo-gooing" and chirruping.

All the coaxing and chirruping had no effect on the sleepy pup, so the girls ceased their wiles and tried to swim in good style.

Chirruping to each other, they seemed to agree that just inside of the bed would be a nice spot for building their nest.

She flew off chirruping with anger and alarm, but kept her bill tightly closed on the food she was carrying.

Leaving the table, he strode upstairs and into the chirruping and dancing of the grand salon.

In the calm of the twilight, the little gadabout takes to the fields, chirruping softly as he goes, cheering himself with song.