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.
com/ Razor and Tie: Contact: Razor &Tie: Carise Yatter cyatter@razorandtie.
com ; or Carise Yatter of Razor & Tie, +1-212-598-2202, or cyatter@razorandtie.
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.
I think they had a bit of a yatter to him in the tunnel at half-time.