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talky

[ taw-kee ]
/ ˈtɔ ki /
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adjective, talk·i·er, talk·i·est.
having or containing superfluous or purposeless talk, conversation, or dialogue, especially so as to impede action or progress: a talky play that bored the audience.
inclined to talk a great deal; talkative.
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Origin of talky

First recorded in 1835–45; talk + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM talky

talk·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for talky

talky
/ (ˈtɔːkɪ) /

adjective talkier or talkiest
containing too much dialogue or inconsequential talka talky novel
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