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chatterati

(ˌtʃætəˈrɑtiː)
pl n
informal another word for chattering classes
[C20: from chatter + -ati as in literati]
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No nation is altruistic, no matter its chatterati and impeccable public relations.
But such is the Hindi supremacist grip on Delhi's narrative generators, that an equality of the position of Hindi in UP and Kannada in Karntaka seems abnormal, even intolerable, to Delhi media and Delhi chatterati. None of that has made Siddaramaiah back down.
Here is how Wilson describes the Sandy Hook massacre, in which a young man shot twenty children to death: "Sandy Hook had the chatterati apoplectic.
Cartoons would appear on the topic in newspapers and India's chatterati would spend hours discussing how disgusting it was to have a power outage because of a squirrel.
There is nothing that the social media chatterati like better than having their views get noticed and action taken.
Meanwhile, the county chatterati are still mourning the Queen's failure to knight Gary Verity, self-publicising boss of Welcome to Yorkshire, for bringing the Grand Depart of the Tour de France to Leeds last year.
Even if it is, it would be enough to get the chatterati talking.
on what was probably a Tuesday evening, fifty or so of us--part chatterati, part precariat--shuffled into one of the smaller halls of the imposing Haus der Kulturen der Welt.
Burbling politicians, the chatterati, the commentariat and pseudocelebs have all had their say.
Bypassing the same old faces of the political chatterati, it went out into the real world and presented views on either side of the debate that were reasonable, respectful and, perhaps crucially, shaded to grey rather than black and white.
Eight, Wall Street estimates on mobile ad revenues are wildly inflated, the whisper numbers among my Street Chatterati friends make no sense.
The public and professional chatterati start salivating every time a prominent figure or institution is found to be in some way linked to a 'sin trade,' through their investments, no matter how long or tenuous the link is.