Examples of talky in a Sentence
She was in a talky mood.
a talky coworker who will corner you at your desk for hours with stories about his vacation
Recent Examples of talky from the Web
That testing is the essence of Skeleton Crew, Dominique Morisseau’s (often brilliantly) talky two-act play about a Detroit auto plant on the verge of an angst-provoking shutdown.
Such books, it is assumed, will be talky and analytical, essentially essays thinly disguised as fiction.
The confessional spirit of Eric Rohmer, the late French auteur revered for his wise, talky relationship studies, hovers insistently over the proceedings.
His movies are talky, intimate to the point of claustrophobia, and populated by characters that can be charitably described as prickly.
After 45 minutes of talky intrigue and betrayal, a tiny iceberg is visible in the blackness.
One of the most exciting films to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this year was B.P.M. (Beats Per Minute), director Robin Campillo’s talky, piercingly intimate drama about AIDS activism in early 1990s Paris.
Simon’s script is talky, particularly in the repetitive final scene, but Williams’ production is packed with situational and visual humor to keep the laughs flowing.
Most disappointing, Kubrick has positioned his uniformed perspectives in talky situations.
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Definition of talky for English Language Learners
: tending or wanting to talk
: having a lot of talking
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