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abattis

abattis
(n.) A means of defense formed by felled trees, the ends of whose branches are sharpened and directed outwards, or against the enemy.

blatted

blatted
Cry plaintively; "The lambs were bleating"
To make loud noises

blatter

blatter
(v. i.) To prate; to babble; to rail; to make a senseless noise; to patter.

chatted

chatted
(imp. & p. p.) of Chat

chattel

chattel
(n.) Any item of movable or immovable property except the freehold, or the things which are parcel of it. It is a more extensive term than goods or effects.

chatter

chatter
(n.) Sounds like those of a magpie or monkey; idle talk; rapid, thoughtless talk; jabber; prattle.
(n.) Noise made by collision of the teeth, as in shivering.
(v. i.) To utter sounds which somewhat resemble language, but are inarticulate and indistinct.
(v. i.) To talk idly, carelessly, or with undue rapidity; to jabber; to prate.
(v. i.) To make a noise by rapid collisions.
(v. t.) To utter rapidly, idly, or indistinctly.

clatter

clatter
(n.) A rattling noise, esp. that made by the collision of hard bodies; also, any loud, abrupt sound; a repetition of abrupt sounds.
(n.) Commotion; disturbance.
(n.) Rapid, noisy talk; babble; chatter.
(v. i.) To make a rattling sound by striking hard bodies together; to make a succession of abrupt, rattling sounds.
(v. i.) To talk fast and noisily; to rattle with the tongue.
(v. t.) To make a rattling noise with.

flatted

flatted
(imp. & p. p.) of Flat

flatten

flatten
(a.) To reduce to an even surface or one approaching evenness; to make flat; to level; to make plane.
(a.) To throw down; to bring to the ground; to prostrate; hence, to depress; to deject; to dispirit.
(a.) To make vapid or insipid; to render stale.
(a.) To lower the pitch of; to cause to sound less sharp; to let fall from the pitch.
(v. i.) To become or grow flat, even, depressed dull, vapid, spiritless, or depressed below pitch.

flatter

flatter
(n.) One who, or that which, makes flat or flattens.
(n.) A flat-faced fulling hammer.
(n.) A drawplate with a narrow, rectangular orifice, for drawing flat strips, as watch springs, etc.
(v. i.) To use flattery or insincere praise.
(v. t.) To treat with praise or blandishments; to gratify or attempt to gratify the self-love or vanity of, esp. by artful and interested commendation or attentions; to blandish; to cajole; to wheedle.
(v. t.) To raise hopes in; to encourage or favorable, but sometimes unfounded or deceitful, representations.
(v. t.) To portray too favorably; to give a too favorable idea of; as, his portrait flatters him.

flattie

flattie
[also FLATTY] [plural FLATTIES] 1. a flat heeled shoe 2. a flatfish 3. a flatboat

flattop

flattop
A large warship that carries planes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings
A closely cropped haircut; usually for men

platted

platted
(imp. & p. p.) of Plat

platten

platten
(a.) To flatten and make into sheets or plates; as, to platten cylinder glass.

platter

platter
(n.) One who plats or braids.
(n.) A large plate or shallow dish on which meat or other food is brought to the table.

prattle

prattle
(n.) Trifling or childish tattle; empty talk; loquacity on trivial subjects; prate; babble.
(v. i.) To talk much and idly; to prate; hence, to talk lightly and artlessly, like a child; to utter child's talk.
(v. t.) To utter as prattle; to babble; as, to prattle treason.

scatted

scatted
Flee; take to one's heels; cut and run; "If you see this man, run!"; "The burglars escaped before the police showed up"

scatter

scatter
(v. i.) To be dispersed or dissipated; to disperse or separate; as, clouds scatter after a storm.
(v. t.) To strew about; to sprinkle around; to throw down loosely; to deposit or place here and there, esp. in an open or sparse order.
(v. t.) To cause to separate in different directions; to reduce from a close or compact to a loose or broken order; to dissipate; to disperse.
(v. t.) Hence, to frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow; as, to scatter hopes, plans, or the like.

seattle

seattle
A major port of entry and the largest city in Washington; located in west central Washington on the protected waters of Puget Sound with the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Range and Mount Ranier visible to the south and east; an aerospace and computer center; site of the University of Washington

shatter

shatter
(n.) A fragment of anything shattered; -- used chiefly or soley in the phrase into shatters; as, to break a glass into shatters.
(v. i.) To be broken into fragments; to fall or crumble to pieces by any force applied.
(v. t.) To break at once into many pieces; to dash, burst, or part violently into fragments; to rend into splinters; as, an explosion shatters a rock or a bomb; too much steam shatters a boiler; an oak is shattered by lightning.
(v. t.) To disorder; to derange; to render unsound; as, to be shattered in intellect; his constitution was shattered; his hopes were shattered.
(v. t.) To scatter about.

slatted

slatted
(imp. & p. p.) of Slat

smatter

smatter
(n.) Superficial knowledge; a smattering.
(v. i.) To talk superficially or ignorantly; to babble; to chatter.
(v. i.) To have a slight taste, or a slight, superficial knowledge, of anything; to smack.
(v. t.) To talk superficially about.
(v. t.) To gain a slight taste of; to acquire a slight, superficial knowledge of; to smack.
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