Their chitter, chitter, chitter never for a moment ceases or even diminishes in intensity.
He was conscious of the chitter of insects, but no animals lingered here.
You decide at last to cast off your ignorance and be of the elect—to know what chit means and if possible become a chitter.
It is to-day bitter cold, after weeks of lovely warm weather, and I am all in a chitter.
A chitter of sound came from his audience, so that it appeared that they were all of a strain.
Uphill the chitter of a fluff-fur sounded twice—Tsoay was in position.
I confess I felt a touch of nausea, but nothing compared with the priest, whose teeth began to chitter in an ague of horror.
It stirred and began to chitter feebly, very sleepy and cross at being awakened.
c.1200, imitative of birds. Related: Chittered; chittering.