chirrup chirrup


  1. (n) a series of chirps
  2. (v) make high-pitched sounds



  1. Detroit's chances were destroyed by a characteristic chirrup from Senator Moses of New Hampshire.
  2. For seven weeks, with a new opera every Monday, they might chirrup, gurgle, hum, keep an eye out for heresy.
  3. At an early age, he contributed to the music of a rickety, rollicking, tenement street, at first with infantile muling, later with a stout, pubescent chirrup.


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