chat

Part of speech: verb

To converse in an easy manner.

Part of speech: noun

Easy and familiar speech. .

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Usage examples "chat":

  1. Arrived there, Theophil, to the possible scandalising of Coalchester, accepted her invitation to a further chat over supper; and when at last he was back at Zion Place, his heart was aware of a new comfort and a new pain. - "The Romance of Zion Chapel [3d ed.]", Richard Le Gallienne.
  2. For more than an hour they continued to chat; then Browne rose to bid her good- bye. - "The Red Rat's Daughter", Guy Boothby.
  3. I only dropped in for a chat, and look at him. - "The Gray Mask", Wadsworth Camp.