chatterer

[chat-er-er]
noun
1.
a person who chatters; a chatterbox.
2.
any of several passerine birds having a chattering cry, as certain waxwings and cotingas.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English chaterer. See chatter, -er1

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chatterer (ˈtʃætərə)
 
n
1.  someone or something that chatters
2.  another name for cotinga

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Example sentences
Even as cell phone use has soared worldwide, not every cell chatterer encounters the same exposure.
Concentrate instead on chatter, and in particular the chatterer's charter, the so-called right to free speech.
Not only that, added one chatterer, think of all the folio versions they would produce too.
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