verb (used without object), chir·ruped, chir·rup·ing.
verb (used with object), chir·ruped, chir·rup·ing.
Origin of chirrup
Examples from the Web for chirrup
Historical Examples of chirrup
A resounding “chirrup” and the weary beasts strained at their neck-yoke.The Hound From The North
Ben gave a chirrup, the horses began to move, and that was the end of dear old Tunxet.Eyebright
Another what seemed to be a painfully long pause, and then Chirrup!Fitz the Filibuster
George Manville Fenn
It is to be hoped so, sir; the blackbirds are giving a chirrup or two.It Is Never Too Late to Mend
There was no news from Joe Douglas these many weeks past, not a line, not a chirrup from him.On the Road to Bagdad
F. S. Brereton
Word Origin for chirrup
1570s, alternative form chirp (v.).