3. To talk glibly; to chatter; to harangue. I've gone out and pattered to get money. (Mayhew)
Origin: Freq. Of pat to strike gently.
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... But I think I'd rather be pampered in traditional Austrian spa luxury and hot water at Bad Gastein while I take my radon therapy. The medical patter is more persuasive there, and they seem to serve food. PS: Frozen radon, which condenses into solid form at a relatively balmy –71°C, must be ...
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