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1. Other synonyms:
ancillary, evoke, manducate, gab, natter, call, call on the carpet, patter, rebuke, ride, flog, rally, belt, confabulation, bucket, bawl out, tête-à-tête, chew the fat, jabber, dish the dirt, call down, tattle, tantalise, beat, stir, tease, epiglottis, chatter, yack, shell, grip, cane, dimple, criminate, button, chew out, crush, cam, backchat, spiel, razz, prattle, scold, bedevil, confer, whip, bring down, chaffer, jangle, talk through your hat, chew up, lather, blab, bait, camshaft, chide, chin-wag, chitchat, yap away, clack, chat, yack away, froth, point out, chit-chat, cod, furry, agape, corner, crow's feet, twit, complexion, shoot the breeze, babble, confab, strap, rap, slash, get to, chamber, Adam's apple, take to task, rattle on, lecture, inspect, claver, put forward, clutch, bring up, impose, click, piffle, reproof, small talk, irritate, underdress, lambaste, call forth, muzzle, clasp, lash, schmooze, carriage, inflict, rile, jaws, wrench, annoy, crucify, berate, gossip, chin, chew, mandible, tittle-tattle, devil, dry, bone, frustrate, prate, maunder, chafe, higgle, beat out, dun, have words, rag, brow, vanquish, clamp, bearing, nettle, welt, dribble, go on, chin music, run on, gibber, words, jowl, vise, gingivitis, trounce, eye socket, remonstrate, palaver, travel to, conjure, get at, censure, gas, visit, blabber, arouse, masticate, torment, see, talk, bother, grouch, conjure up, table talk, yak, invoke, nark, causerie, taunt, huckster, lambast, waffle, gabfest, run off at the mouth, confabulate, crease, gargle, grumble, cackle, consult, ball bearing, raise, dress down, bone structure, call in, gravel, eye, vex, tantalize, twaddle, gabble, cheek, reprimand, haggle
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1. A moment later, there entered a tall, dark young man, strong and muscular in build, but not apparently heavy, with a smooth face and firm- set jaw. - "The Crevice", William John Burns and Isabel Ostrander.
2. The Ry's eyes lighted and his jaw set. - "The World For Sale, Volume 2.", Gilbert Parker.
3. He clenched his jaw tight and drew her quickly into the hall. - "The Cartels Jungle", Irving E. Cox, Jr..
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