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chir•rup•y (ˈtʃɪər ə pi, ˈtʃɜr-)
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Since Sean first started his chirrupy
bulletins as part of STV's news team, he has built up a solid fanbase and is now stopped for autographs in Asda" of all places.
Even in the most rapid and chirrupy
passages, she maintained an unbroken sense of line; her coloratura aria was dazzling and the stiller, more emotionally profound moments rang true.
The first notes of Talking Heads were on the Sire single Love Goes to Buildings On Fire, a strange chirrupy
little pop song that pretty much mapped out the band's early sound: David Byrne's puppy whelp, simple guitar figures and a mighty whoomp of bass.