Words added to date for:
CHAT, CHATTER, CHATTERBOX, CHATTERER
• MOTORMOUTHED given to incessant talking or chattering ...1976 Amer. sl.
• CACKLE idle, inconsequent, noisy chatter ...1676 sl.
• CHATTERMAG chatter, gossip ...L19 sl.
• CRACK a friendly chat ...Scot. & Irish
• JABBER chatter; incoherent, inarticulate, or unintelligible speech, as a foreign
language heard by one ignorant of it ...1706 sl.
• JABBERMENT chatter; nonsense; gibberish ...c1640 sl.
• MAG prattle, chatter; a talk, gossip, chat ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• RABBLEMENT confused, random talk; an idle, purposeless speech; chatter
...Bk19C Scot. & N. Eng. dial.
• SPLASHING garrulous or foolish chatter ...L19 sl.
• TONGUE-WORK babble, chatter
nouns - person
• BABBLER a chatterbox ...16C sl.
• BAGPIPE a tedious chatterbox ...B1700 sl.
• BAG-PUNCHER a complainer; one who talks at length, gossips, or chats
...1926 Amer. sl.
• CHATTERMAG a gossip, a chatterbox ...20C sl.
• JABBERER one who talk thick and fast; a chatterer ...1678 sl.
• MAG a chatterer; a chatterbox; a talkative, garrulous person ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• MOTORMOUTH a person given to incessant talking or chattering ...1963 Amer. sl.
• BAIL UP to stop someone on the street for a chat ...1990s Aust. sl.
• BALE UP to stop someone on the street for a chat ...1990s Aust. sl.
• BURBLE to chatter pleasantly ...M19 sl.
• CHATTERMAG to chatter ...1900s sl.
• CRACK to chat; to gossip ...Scot.
• JABBER to chatter; to speak fast and indistinctly; to talk gibberish ...c1500 colloq.
• MAG to chatter, prattle, talk continuously; to gossip, chat ...Bk1905 Eng. dial.
• MOTORMOUTH to talk without stopping; to chatter ...1985 Amer. sl.
• BEAT ONE'S CHOPS to talk loudly or to no purpose; to chatter; to complain
...1946 Amer. sl.
• BEAT ONE'S GUMS to talk loudly or to no purpose; to chatter; to complain
...1935 Amer. sl.
• BEAT THE BREEZE to gossip, to chat ...1944 Amer. sl.
• BEAT THE BULL to gossip, to chat ...1974 Amer. sl.
• BEND SOMEONE'S EAR to chatter on interminably and probably tediously
...1940s sl., orig. US
• PUNCH THE BAG to complain; to talk at length, to gossip, to chat ...1901 Amer. sl.
A selection of New words/phrases added: (or about to be!)
ALETANK a heavy drinker ...2002 UK sl.
BACCHANALIZE to indulge in drunken revelry ...M17
BIBATION tippling; a drinking bout ...M19
BIG SLEEP, THE death ...1938 sl., orig. US
BUBBLE AND SQUEAK (derogatory) a Greek ...1938 Brit. rhyming sl.
HERRING-CHOKER a native or inhabitant of the Maritime provinces ...1899 Can. sl.
HERRING-CHOKER a Scandinavian ...1944 US sl.
ICKY-POO ill ...1920 sl.
INVERACIOUS untruthful, untrue ...L19
INVERACITY untruthfulness; an untruth; a false statement ...M19
INVERECUND unabashed, shameless ...M17 rare
INVERISIMILITUDE unlikelihood; improbability ...E19
JARGONELLE the penis ...Bk1896 sl.
JAWING-TACKLE the organs of speech ...1859 sl.
JENNYLINDA a window ...Bk1896 rhyming sl.
JIMMY GRANT an immigrant ...1845 Aust, NZ & S. Afr. rhyming sl.
JOTTLE to have sexual intercourse ...Bk1903 sl.
KIDDYWINKY a child ...1957 sl.
KING SHIT an arrogant, self-opinionated person ...1940s sl., orig. US
LABASCATE to begin to fall or slide ...1727 obs.
LABOUR OF HERCULES, A a task requiring enormous strength ...1432-50
LABROUS having large lips ...1656 obs. rare.
LACHRYMABUND weeping ripe; big with tears ...1727 obs.
LACHRYMIST one addicted to tears; a weeper ...1620