- to twitter.
Origin of chitter
Examples from the Web for chitter
Historical Examples of chitter
A chitter of sound came from his audience, so that it appeared that they were all of a strain.The Fifth Queen Crowned
Ford Madox Ford
He was conscious of the chitter of insects, but no animals lingered here.Star Born
It is to-day bitter cold, after weeks of lovely warm weather, and I am all in a chitter.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 23 (of 25)
Robert Louis Stevenson
Their chitter, chitter, chitter never for a moment ceases or even diminishes in intensity.Birds of the Plains
I confess I felt a touch of nausea, but nothing compared with the priest, whose teeth began to chitter in an ague of horror.The Shoes of Fortune
Word Origin for chitter
Word Origin and History for chitter
c.1200, imitative of birds. Related: Chittered; chittering.