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Noun(1) a sharp sound made by small birds or insects
Verb(1) make high-pitched sounds(2) sing in modulation
(1) ├ö├ç├┐The audience will have to move from spot to spot, to watch the scenes enacted in different parts of the compound,├ö├ç├û the children chirp in glee.(2) Hearing a chirp and a buzzing sound on my right, I turned my head.(3) Tern rubbed his neck as though he had hurt it in the fall, made a little consoling noise like a chirp to himself, and glanced at her curiously.(4) ├ö├ç├┐That's just behind the bakery where your grandma used to get her morning rolls,├ö├ç├û she'll chirp , as the guy you've never seen before is revealed as having been the baddie all along.(5) She heard the late birds chirp , the crickets whistle, the stray dogs howl.(6) It wasn't the stark buzz of a bee, or the sharp chirp of a grasshopper - it was the simple, quiet hum of a butterfly.(7) A single chirp is a short series of sound pulses followed by silence.(8) Then Kitten rolled her eyes back in her head, and gave a small sound that might have been a chirp or a squeal.(9) Here discourse is always already reduced to silence, the dumbness of a chirp , the murmur of a coo.(10) It's difficult to get anywhere in the woods if you choose to stop every time you hear a chirp or a song.(11) His monotonous chirp sounded precisely like the shooting noise in Space Invaders.(12) And Sunny here, Sunny is the resident chirper .(13) ├ö├ç├┐The territorial calls produced by the males are short buzzes, trills, chirps and combinations of clicks,├ö├ç├û said French as she demonstrated.(14) Are those chirpers supposed to be a ├ö├ç├┐birds-behind-bars├ö├ç├û metaphor?(15) ├ö├ç├┐Good morning, Aaron,├ö├ç├û Mary chirped happily, holding an armful of fresh bed linens.(16) The melody is madly inventive and celebratory, and the singers careen around utterly at home in this mirror-world of whistles, chirps , flutes and cymbals.
(1) chirp :: chirp
1. tweet ::
2. tweedle ::
3. chirrup ::
Different Formschirp, chirped, chirping, chirps
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