well-educated members of the upper-middle or upper class who freely express especially liberal opinions or judgments on current issues and events.
noun 1. a mark left by a tool that has been chattering. 2. Geology. any of a series of irregular gouges made on rock surfaces by the slipping of rock fragments held in the lower portion of a glacier. noun 1. any of a series of grooves, pits, and scratches on the surface of a […]
[chat-er-tuh n] /ˈtʃæt ər tən/ noun 1. Thomas, 1752–70, English poet. /ˈtʃætətən/ noun 1. Thomas. 1752–70, British poet; author of spurious medieval verse and prose: he committed suicide at the age of 17
[chat-er] /ˈtʃæt ər/ verb (used without object) 1. to talk rapidly in a foolish or purposeless way; jabber. 2. to utter a succession of quick, inarticulate, speechlike sounds, as monkeys or certain birds. 3. to make a rapid clicking noise by striking together: His teeth were chattering from the cold. 4. Machinery. (of a cutting […]
[chat-ee] /ˈtʃæt i/ adjective, chattier, chattiest. 1. characterized by friendly and informal talk or writing, often about minor or personal matters: a long, chatty letter from my sister. 2. given to such talk: a lovable, chatty old man. /ˈtʃætɪ/ adjective -tier, -tiest 1. full of trivial conversation; talkative 2. informal and friendly; gossipy: a chatty […]