old talk

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noun
  1. superficial chatting

verbold-talk
  1. (intr) to indulge in such chatting

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How to use old talk in a sentence

  • Four of them knew me, and we had a good old talk of the home land.

  • You and Connie thought you could fool me with your old talk but you couldnt; I found out all about it.

    Three Little Women | Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • What Dunham finally did say was: "It jumps with all your ideas—all your old talk about not caring to marry a society girl—"

    The Lady of the Aroostook | William Dean Howells
  • Have you forgot all our old talk about the prize-ring, the nursery of honour in Old England?'

  • All at once Annette remembered the old talk about Armand and Julie.