talky

adjective \ ˈtȯ-kē \

Definition of talky

talkier; talkiest
2 :containing too much talk

talkiness

play \-nəs\ noun

Examples of talky in a Sentence

  1. She was in a talky mood.

  2. a talky coworker who will corner you at your desk for hours with stories about his vacation

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First Known Use of talky

1815


TALKY Defined for English Language Learners

talky

adjective

Definition of talky for English Language Learners

  • : tending or wanting to talk

  • : having a lot of talking



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