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pete
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      09-02-2003
Arthur J. O'Dwyer wrote:

> BTW, Richard, I like that verb "wittering"!


withering twittering ?

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      09-03-2003
pete wrote:

> Arthur J. O'Dwyer wrote:
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>> BTW, Richard, I like that verb "wittering"!

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> withering twittering ?


My apologies; I didn't think this word would confuse anyone. I would define
it for you, only dictionaries do this sort of thing so much better than I
do (at times!). So I'll open a dictionary for you instead.

Chambers says under "witter": 'to talk or mutter peevishly or ineffectually
(esp. with /on/)'.

Ety is of course dub, bless her cotton socks.

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