Synonyms of patter in English

: patter1patter2

patter1


See definition of patter

verb

1‘raindrops pattered against the wooden shutters’

SYNONYMS
pitter-patter, tap, drum, clatter, beat, pound, rattle, throb, pulsate, rat-a-tat, go pit-a-pat, pit-a-pat, clack, click-clack, thrum
archaic bicker, clacket

2‘she pattered across the floor’

SYNONYMS
scurry, scuttle, skip, trip, tiptoe, walk lightly, walk on tiptoe

noun

1‘the rain had stopped its vibrating patter above him’

SYNONYMS
pitter-patter, tapping, pattering, drumming, drumbeat, clatter, beat, beating, tattoo, pounding, throb, pulsation, rat-a-tat, pit-a-pat, clack, click-clack, clacketing, thrum, thrumming

Synonyms of patter in English

: patter1patter2

patter2


See definition of patter

noun

1‘this witty gentleman's patter is now issued on a cassette’

SYNONYMS
rambling, ramblings, prattle, prating, blather, blither, drivel, chatter, jabber, gabble, babble, glib talk, monologue
Scottish blether
informal gab, yak, yackety-yak, yabbering, yatter
British informal rabbiting, wittering, waffle, chuntering
archaic twaddle, clack

2‘the salesmen's patter was good’

SYNONYMS
pitch, sales pitch, sales talk, line, spiel

3‘the patter of the local peasantry’

SYNONYMS
manner of speaking, way of speaking, speech, language, idiom, vocabulary, jargon, parlance, argot, patois, cant, -speak, dialect, vernacular, idiolect, phraseology, terminology
façon de parler
informal lingo

verb

1‘she pattered on incessantly’

SYNONYMS
prattle, ramble, prate, blather, blether, blither, drivel, rattle, chatter, jabber, gabble, babble
informal gab, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, yatter
British informal rabbit, witter, waffle, natter, chunter
Australian informal mag
archaic twaddle, clack