twittle-twattle love



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  • n. tattle; gabble

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  • n. Tattle; gabble.


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See twattle.


  • Sir Edward, who resembles not Horry in his love for the twittle-twattle of the town, is a passable performer on the bass viol, and a hermit -- the Hermit of Pall

    The Ladies A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty

  • -- We care not for one of your modern libraries, with its spruce shelves, filled with the sickly effusions of romantic triflers -- the solemn, philosophical nonsense of Arthur, the dandified affectation of Willis, and the clever but wearisome twittle-twattle of Dickens -- once great in himself, now living on the fading reputation of past greatness; we care not to enter

    City Crimes or Life in New York and Boston


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