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gabby

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adjective, gab·by \ˈga-bē\

Simple Definition of gabby

  • : talking a lot : very talkative

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of gabby

gabbiergabbiest

Examples of gabby in a sentence

  1. a gabby talk show host

  2. <a gabby talk-show host whose interviews were almost as much about herself as about her guests>



1719

First Known Use of gabby

1719

Rhymes with gabby


GABBY Defined for Kids

gabby

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adjective gab·by \ˈga-bē\

Definition of gabby for Students

gabbiergabbiest

  1. :  fond of talking a lot :  talkative <a gabby friend>





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