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chatty

[ chat-ee ]
/ ˈtʃæt i /
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adjective, chat·ti·er, chat·ti·est.

characterized by friendly and informal talk or writing, often about minor or personal matters: a long, chatty letter from my sister.
given to such talk: a lovable, chatty old man.

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Origin of chatty

First recorded in 1755–65; chat + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM chatty

chat·ti·ly, adverbchat·ti·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for chatty

chatty
/ (ˈtʃætɪ) /

adjective -tier or -tiest

full of trivial conversation; talkative
informal and friendly; gossipya chatty letter

Derived forms of chatty

chattily, adverbchattiness, noun
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