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chatty

adjective chat·ty \ˈcha-tē\

: tending to talk a lot : fond of chatting

: having an informal style that is similar to friendly speech

chat·ti·erchat·ti·est

Full Definition of CHATTY

1
:  fond of chatting :  talkative <a chatty neighbor>
2
:  having the style and manner of light familiar conversation <a chatty letter>
chat·ti·ly \ˈcha-tə-lē\ adverb
chat·ti·ness \ˈcha-tē-nəs\ noun

Examples of CHATTY

  1. a chatty book about his life in politics
  2. <a time when campers were expected to write a chatty letter to their folks every week>

First Known Use of CHATTY

1756

Rhymes with CHATTY

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