chitchatting chitchatting


  1. (n) light informal conversation for social occasions
  2. (v) talk socially without exchanging too much information


  1. Publisher Harden had profited from chitchatting Club-Fellow.
  2. He uses the phone like a postcard, calling dancer friends around the world, chitchatting in fluent, slightly accented English.
  3. A: We are chitchatting about that now.


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  1. "I don't spend a lot of time chitchatting," Bush said after the ride. "But I get great pleasure in riding with a group of people, and afterward we shoot the breeze and have fun and laugh and go about our way."
    on Apr 22, 2006 By: President Bush Source: FOXNews

  2. When asked about Nicklaus, Palmer says, "There are no two people alike, but I treasure our friendship. We don't spend a lot of time chitchatting because we have different interests. But we're pretty good friends."
    on Aug 24, 2004 By: Arnold Palmer Source: USA Today

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