I just put my mouth to the touch-hole,' I says, 'and breathe natural and she chirrups.'
This he did, encouraging them with chirrups, or touching them lightly with the whip.
If you're dealing with him, don't think him a fool because he chirrups, and don't size him up according to his looks.
And Johnny grew red in the face trying to give his best trills and chirrups.
But in vain were caresses; in vain were chirrups, duckings, and kisses, wafted to the nigh leader.
You haughty Southerners little know how a jolly Scotch gentleman can desipere in loco, and how he chirrups over his honest cups.
He chirrups to me so when mother brings me a pennyworth of wall-flowers to put round his cage.
When I heard the familiar chickadee call—the titmouse often chirrups like his cousin—it made me quake guiltily.