A quick succession of light soft tapping sounds: the patter of rain from the rooftops.
The jargon of a certain group; cannot.
Glib rapid message, by an auctioneer, salesperson, or comedian.
Meaningless talk; chatter.
The soft noise of foot walking on a hard surface.
Glib and quick address, particularly from an auctioneer, or banter during a sports event.
one that pats.
a fast succession of slight noises
Glib and rapid speech; a voluble harangue.
The cant of a course; patois
The language or oratory of a street peddler, conjurer, or even the want, therefore, glib talk; a voluble harangue; simple talk; chatter; in addition, specif., fast message, esp. as often introduced in tracks.
a fast succession of tiny noises: as, the patter of rainfall or hail; the patter of little feet.
Talk, especially glib or proficient talk; the oratory of an affordable John in losing his products.
The dialect or patois of a course; slang; cannot: as, gipsies’ patter; thieves’ patter.
fast expressions launched into a song in a speaking sound: occasionally placed on your whole text of a comedy.
an instant succession of light rapid sounds
plausible glib talk (especially useful to a salesperson)