adjective, chat·ti·er, chat·ti·est.
- chattering classes,
- chatterjee, bankim chandra,
- chatterton, thomas,
- chaucer, geoffrey,
Origin of chatty
Examples from the Web for chatty
Chatty, engaging and knowledgeable, cabbies in Hong Kong are also avid listeners of discussion programs on local radio.
When the warrior runs into the Stark soldiers, she disposes of them with extreme prejudice, silencing the chatty Jaime.
“I found the help I needed to be healthy,” says Mindi, a wide-eyed woman with a round face and a chatty affect.
Frank, meanwhile, is a man of few words—a foil to the wide-eyed, chatty Jon.Michael Fassbender Plays A Rocker in A Papier-Mâché Head in the Strange Sundance Film ‘Frank’|Marlow Stern|January 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Chatty abbreviations were common in Roman messages: SPD stood for salutem plurimam dicit, or “sends many greetings.”
Chatty saw them all without seeing them; her mind was taken up by a new strain of thought.
And she said she quite understood the simple, chatty style of article I wanted.The Lure of the Pen|Flora Klickmann
We have heard of lively cheese before, but the chatty soup must be something of a novelty.
Chatty scarcely spoke during this drive, which seemed to her the last they should take together.
"Chatty's heart doesn't trouble me much," he said carelessly.