Definition of Chirted

1. chirt [v] - See also: chirt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chirted

chirpy
chirpy as a cricket
chirr
chirre
chirred
chirren
chirres
chirring
chirrs
chirrup
chirruped
chirruping
chirrups
chirrupy
chirt
chirted (current term)
chirting
chirts
chiru
chirugion
chirugions
chirurgeon
chirurgeonly
chirurgeons
chirurgeries
chirurgery
chirurgic
chirurgical
chirurgie
chirurgies

Literary usage of Chirted

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1. The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia by John Mactaggart (1876)
"Never jump out o' the cheesle ye hae been chirted in," is a favourite proverb, and means, that though fortune may smile on us, let us not forget the humble ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1830)
"Pain might hae chirted it out o' her tender frame. NORTH. But there was no such pain here, James ; the declaration was voluntary —and it was calm. ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1876)
"He routs in the pulpit like a bull, and when the body's crackin' wi' ye, he cheeps, cheeps, like a chirted pud- dock.' "'A what!' asked Kate, overcome by ..."

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