wag (one's) chin

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wag (one's) chin

To talk or chat, especially idly or at length. A less-common variant of "wag one's tongue." My dad is usually a pretty quiet guy, but get him talking about electrical engineering and he can wag his chin for hours at a time. My wife and her sister haven't seen each other in a while, so they've been wagging their chins all afternoon.
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wag one's chin

Rur. to talk. She loves to visit. She'll wag her chin for hours. He was on the phone, wagging his chin to his buddy.
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wag one’s chin

tv. to talk or jabber; to chatter aimlessly. The two old buzzards sat on the park bench wagging their chins all afternoon.
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