gabby

adjective gab·by \ ˈga-bē \

Definition of gabby

gabbier; gabbiest

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

Origin and Etymology of gabby


GABBY Defined for English Language Learners

gabby

adjective

Definition of gabby for English Language Learners

  • : talking a lot : very talkative


GABBY Defined for Kids

gabby

adjective gab·by \ ˈga-bē \

Definition of gabby for Students

gabbier; gabbiest
:fond of talking a lot :talkative
  • a gabby friend


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