adjective, talk·i·er, talk·i·est.
- talking machine,
- talking picture,
- talking point,
- talking shop,
- tall blacks,
- tall buttercup,
- tall drink,
- tall meadow rue
Origin of talky
Examples from the Web for talky
And it's not just because the movie is too "talky," which it is.
Of course her running around with freaks, the way she did—artists and talky women, was a handicap.Gargoyles|Ben Hecht
But other times he's choppy and talky and has a hard time getting into the saddle.Ewing\'s Lady|Harry Leon Wilson
"You don't seem to be quite so sassy and talky as you was when I first came in, Shavin's," he sneered.Shavings|Joseph C. Lincoln