chatter about

chatter about (someone or something)

To talk idly, incessantly, or excitedly about someone or something. Why are all of these people suddenly chattering about me? Well, he's still chattering about how wonderful this program is, but I stopped listening a while ago.
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chatter about someone or something

to talk idly and actively about someone or something. All the guests were chattering about something or other. People are chattering about you and Claire. Do you want to know what they are saying?
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References in classic literature ?
There were things enough, taking one with another, to chatter about, if one went very fast and knew by instinct when to go round.
Toronto: Thomson Reuters Corp said it is to track and analyze chatter about bitcoin on hundreds of news and social media websites to help investors looking for an edge in trading the world's biggest cryptocurrency.
As a consequence, the allied headquarters' delayed response to enemy indirect fire occurred only after learning from Chatter about the attack, rather than utilizing its own collection assets to be the first to inform the Tytan people about the commencement of a Kamon offensive across the international border.
The tool analyzes social media chatter about certain topics and attempt to deduce in real-time the large-scale sentiment on the topic it is researching.
And, he's not in the HOF, although there will be chatter about that in the future.
Fans of the Princess Diaries and Georgia Nicolson books (e.g., Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas) will enjoy the bubbly sense of humor and the chatter about friends, clothes, and boys.
When there was all that chatter about a terrorist group planning to interfere with the election--and they would not specify if it was the same group that had interfered with the election the last time--the reds quarantined several blocks and buildings in New York and New Jersey.
Students in Benicia, California, for instance, scour online message board BeniciaNews.com, where the often anonymous chatter about classmates can turn from sweet to sour in an instant.
When they're not pushing the far-fight line, talk radio programs too often waste valuable air time with endless chatter about lurid, high-profile crimes, fluff about celebrities or loud-mouthed "shock jocks" whose main goal seems to be to offend as many people as possible in as short a time as possible.