- n a series of chirps
- v make high-pitched sounds
- Detroit's chances were destroyed by a characteristic chirrup from Senator Moses of New Hampshire.
- The curly, cherubic Moylan Sisters, Peggy Joan, 5, and Marianne, 7, are radio veterans (two years) who chirrup in close, cricket harmony Sunday afternoons over NBC for Thrive, a .
- Some were grandfather spiders, with eight arms and a monotonous chirrup" 'Roak, 'Roak, 'Roak"; others, tiny creatures whose two arms seemed scarcely to impinge upon the .