chirrup definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To utter a series of chirps.
    • In order to make clucking or clicking noises because of the lips, such as urging on a horse.
    • To chirp.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To sound with chirps.
    • to produce clucking sounds to.
    • To quicken or animate by chirping; to cherup.
  • noun:
    • A series of chirps.
    • a number of clucks or clicking sounds, such as those built to urge on a horse.
    • some chirps, clicks or clucks
    • The work of chirping; a chirp.
    • A chirp.
    • a few chirps
  • verb:
    • to help make a series of chirps, clicks or clucks
    • make high-pitched noises
  • others:
    • To chirp.
    • To quicken, enliven, or animate, as through a chirping noise; cherup: since, to chirrup a person's horses.
    • To cheer or applaud (a public singer or the like, as well as for pay).
    • to create or utter chirpingly.
    • to make with compressed mouth and suction a sharp volatile chirping sound by way of greeting or pleasing a baby or a cage-bird, or of coaxing and encouraging your dog or a horse, etc.
    • To converse or sing-in a lively manner or perhaps in sprightly shades.

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