Verboticism: Gnatchat

'When I look into your big green eyes...'

DEFINITION: n. A person who insists that lower life forms (fish, clams, cephalopods, reptiles, or insects) can be affectionate pets and excellent watchdogs. v. To talk to an animal who can't possibly understand a single word you're saying.

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: gnat/chat

Sentence: When the tiny flying insects start to interfere with dinner, Julie justs calls them altogether for a little gnatchat and asks them to go bother the family next door.

Etymology: GNATCHAT - from CHITCHAT + GNAT (a small flying insect)

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Comments: Gnatchat

silveryaspen - 2009-01-28: 22:30:00
Maybe next time Julie will gnatchat them into visiting the cat in the hat

silveryaspen - 2009-01-28: 22:31:00
fun word and fun to say

Mustang - 2009-01-28: 23:44:00
Julie was just doing what comes gnaturally.