[ US /ˈtɔki/ ]
[ UK /tˈɔːki/ ]
  1. full of trivial conversation
    kept from her housework by gabby neighbors
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How To Use talky In A Sentence

  • A butterfly with wings spread dominates the foreground of Papilio oregonius, so that the swallow-tail's markings are clearly displayed, while stalky reeds part to frame the insect against distant sea and sky.
  • The modern sections with Streep are loose and talky and expository.
  • The stalky marshland plants huddle in dense bunches on uncultivated areas bordering South Florida's sugar farms.
  • You'd have to talk to my artists - I think they probably all would say I'm too talky and my books are too much people going back and forth.
  • Update, 11/15: "The twin specters of Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen hover over this talky history of a relationship between two New Yorkers," writes Stephen Holden in the New York Times. GreenCine Daily: Flannel Pajamas.
  • In the west white stalky birds coasted out to sea for their daily rounds. BLACKWATER SOUND
  • The dancing is ace, but if psychoanalysis isn't your bowl of chutney, bring along a brainy friend to guide you through those pesky talky bits.
  • The movie is not entirely successful - there are times when it is too talky and the "action" portion could have used some tightening.
  • The film is often talky, but rarely boring, thanks to the sharp dialogue.
  • In its wild form, asparagus was a thin, stalky weed, but over the centuries growers have thickened it up and developed a succulent flavour.
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