10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TWATTLER»
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An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... Twattler, twot'-ler, s. gwel Twaddler Twattling, twot'-ling, s. baldorddiad; ffiloreg,
baldordd : a. baldorddus Tway, twë, s. dau, denoedd; ill dau Twayblade, twë'-
blëd, l s. gefel-lys y gors, Twyblade, twei'-blëd, J caineirian, dwy- ddalen Tweag,
Southern Quarterly Review
They now discover that he is a fool, a twattler, and, like Father Mathew, has lived
just a year too long. We perceive but little falling off, in these pamphlets, from the
stern, old, prophetic Carlyle whom we have known before. " He repeats himself.
Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, 1850
Life and Character of the Rev. Sylvester Judd
Fond, foolish twattler ! NORMAND. 'Twill be poor to thee, — Poor as ingratitude,
despite, and scorn. Leieion. We will be poor together. NORMAND. 'Twill be
accursed. Leirion. I could bear want or any thing with thee. NoRMAND. And I with
Arethusa Hall, Sylvester Judd, 1857
A New and Improved Standard French and English and English ...
TWATTLER twot'tlur, «. causeur, bavard, m. TWATTLING twot'tling, «. babil,
caquet, bavardage, m. TWEAK twek, ». embarras, m. TWEAK, va. tirer, pincer.
TWEEDLE twe'dl, vn. jouer doucement (du violon) ; amadouer. TWEEZERS twe'
Alexander G. Collot, 1856
Hutchings' illustrated California magazine
And in that day, when some unfriendly tongue shall harshly scan its faults, saying
, " It was a silly old twattler, that chattered like a brainless magpie, presuming
upon our patient sympathy for its infirmities," will some gentle Griffith find a single
James Mason Hutchings, 1860
Colburn's New Monthly Magazine and Humorist
... upon his unhappy companions with unmerciful profusion. And here it may be
observed that those commodities, the fruits of long accumulation, being the stock-
in-trade of the twattling bore, it seldom happens that the twattler is a young man.
A New Pocket Dictionary of the French and English Languages
... son aigii; claquer T wattle, caqueter, jaser Twattler, s. caitseiir, se. Twaltllng,
babil, caqtiet, in. Tweak, embarrass Tweedle, v.jouer doacement Tw6ezers, s.
pincettes, f. p!. Twelfth, douiieme, 2. Twelfth day, s. les rais, m. pi. Twelve, a. tlo-
A Christian Directory, Or, A Body of Practical Divinity and ...
... idle talkers, and not sit silent by them, nor contradict them : and so it must be a
point of good manners to break the law of God : and as they think it uncivil not to
pledge every drinker in his healths, so not to answer every twattler in his talk.
A Comprehensive Dictionary of the World
Twanxay, twan'-ka, s. A sort of green tea. 'Twas, twaz. A contraction of it teas.
Twattle, twot'-tl, v. ii. (A.S.) To prate ; to talk much and idly ; to chatter ; to gabble ;
to pet ; to make much of. (Local in the last two senses.) Twattler ...
A New English Dictionary
*A Twettle-baslcet , a tWJttling, or f, Twattler. T way-blade, лн herb. To tweag, or I
weak ; to tinte':), Or finch, lA faif of Tweeiers, or nippers, to full hair uf h y thereat t.
The Twelfth in number. Twelfth-day , or twelfth- tide, the feflival of tbe Epiphany ...