Antonyms for natter

Grammar : Verb
Spell : nat-er
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnæt ər

Definition of natter

Origin :
  • "grumble, chatter aimlessly, nag," 1829, northern England dialect variant of gnatter "to chatter, grumble," earlier (18c.) "to nibble away," probably of echoic origin. Related: Nattered; nattering. As a noun, 1866, from the verb.
  • As in buzz : verb gossip
  • As in chatter : verb speak fast and non-stop
Example sentences :
  • It is not worth the while to natter The pride of writers we despise.
  • Extract from : « Literary Fables of Yriarte » by Tomas de Iriarte
  • She means it, I believe; but she does natter him so that it would make me sick, if it didn't make me so wretched!
  • Extract from : « Magnum Bonum » by Charlotte M. Yonge
  • Though you are indeed the fairest of women, those men only natter you; they do not love you.
  • Extract from : « One of Cleopatra's Nights and Other Fantastic Romances » by Théophile Gautier

Synonyms for natter

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