yatter

yatter

(ˈjætə; Scottish ˈjɑtər)
vb (intr)
to talk at length; chatter
n
continuous chatter
[of imitative origin]

yatter


Past participle: yattered
Gerund: yattering

Imperative
yatter
yatter
Present
I yatter
you yatter
he/she/it yatters
we yatter
you yatter
they yatter
Preterite
I yattered
you yattered
he/she/it yattered
we yattered
you yattered
they yattered
Present Continuous
I am yattering
you are yattering
he/she/it is yattering
we are yattering
you are yattering
they are yattering
Present Perfect
I have yattered
you have yattered
he/she/it has yattered
we have yattered
you have yattered
they have yattered
Past Continuous
I was yattering
you were yattering
he/she/it was yattering
we were yattering
you were yattering
they were yattering
Past Perfect
I had yattered
you had yattered
he/she/it had yattered
we had yattered
you had yattered
they had yattered
Future
I will yatter
you will yatter
he/she/it will yatter
we will yatter
you will yatter
they will yatter
Future Perfect
I will have yattered
you will have yattered
he/she/it will have yattered
we will have yattered
you will have yattered
they will have yattered
Future Continuous
I will be yattering
you will be yattering
he/she/it will be yattering
we will be yattering
you will be yattering
they will be yattering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been yattering
you have been yattering
he/she/it has been yattering
we have been yattering
you have been yattering
they have been yattering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been yattering
you will have been yattering
he/she/it will have been yattering
we will have been yattering
you will have been yattering
they will have been yattering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been yattering
you had been yattering
he/she/it had been yattering
we had been yattering
you had been yattering
they had been yattering
Conditional
I would yatter
you would yatter
he/she/it would yatter
we would yatter
you would yatter
they would yatter
Past Conditional
I would have yattered
you would have yattered
he/she/it would have yattered
we would have yattered
you would have yattered
they would have yattered
References in periodicals archive ?
MP Christopher Chope wanted to suggest limiting the Hillsborough discussion so that MPs could yatter on at length about a subject very close to their hearts - their pensions.
Here in my study, in its listlessness of Vacancy, some old Victorian house, air-tight and sheeted for old summers, far from the hornet yatter of the bond-- is loneliness, a thin smoke threat of vital air.
Later, they would be joined by the manic yatter of a green woodpecker and the raucous nonsense from a bunch of guinea fowl in the garden of one of the elegant villas at the bottom of the valley.
Criticism by discussion, extending from mere yatter.
Over the past year and a half , the car has been the one place where I could yatter away on the phone in relative peace so this has really rained on my parade.