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maunder, haggle, confabulation, trounce, consult, causerie, travel to, chew, bring down, chit-chat, reprimand, chaffer, repartee, jangle, talk, chide, berate, patter, chin music, dish the dirt, manducate, see, click, inflict, call down, chew up, twaddle, rattle on, lambast, call on the carpet, tittle-tattle, waffle, yack, have words, clack, gab, yap away, schmooze, prattle, yack away, jaw, confabulate, bawl out, prate, remonstrate, piffle, dress down, masticate, tattle, call in, rebuke, tête-à-tête, chatter, take to task, higgle, rap, gabfest, gabble, heart-to-heart, gossip, rag, chitchat, chat, backchat, impose, chin-wag, lecture, chew out, call, banter, confab, lambaste, visit, claver, chew the fat, conversation, gibber, table talk, blabber, shoot the breeze, palaver, confer, cackle, reproof, small talk, inspect, blab, scold, huckster.
This letter must probably have been a post- prandial one; it was not the line of conduct he wanted to adopt: he knew too well that his only chance was to natter, appear humble, meek and ignorant; he might, he knew, enlist England's sympathy by appearing in that light, and that an overbearing tone would not suit his purpose, nor secure him the object he longed for. - "A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People", Henry Blanc.
Men seem to want it more than women do; and women, seeing that men want something, often fancy they want flattery, and natter the men they love till they disgust them; and then the end comes suddenly, much to the astonishment of those women. - "Whosoever Shall Offend", F. Marion Crawford.
And these men, being corrupted with money, went as far as they could to ruin the city: and, because their power was too great and nearly tyrannical, their kings were obliged to natter them, which contributed greatly to hurt the state; so that it altered from an aristocracy to a democracy. - "Politics A Treatise on Government", Aristotle.
natator, nates, natty, natta, Giulio Natta.