a mark left by a tool that has been chattering.
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.
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- chattel house,
- chattel mortgage,
- chattering class,
- chattering classes
Origin of chatter mark
First recorded in 1885–90
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any of a series of grooves, pits, and scratches on the surface of a rock, usually made by the movement of a glacier
another name for chatter (def. 8)
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