Saturday, February 27, 2016
Citations for natter
…scholars nattered away at one another on such matters as the propriety of starting a vocal trill from the upper note, and a critics' convocation nattered back.
You've interfered in our affairs for no reason at all, kidnapped us and locked us up like monkeys in a zoo for the rest of our lives, and now you natter on about the rich work of the mind!
Origin of natter
Natter is a variant of gnatter meaning "to grumble." It entered English in the early 1800s.