gabby

adjective
gab·​by | \ˈga-bē \
gabbier; gabbiest

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Examples of gabby in a Sentence

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

First Known Use of gabby

1719, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gabby

gab entry 1 + -y entry 1

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The first known use of gabby was in 1719

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gabby

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of gabby

: talking a lot : very talkative

gabby

adjective
gab·​by | \ˈga-bē \
gabbier; gabbiest

Kids Definition of gabby

: fond of talking a lot : talkative a gabby friend

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