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Definition of "talkative" []

  • Marked by or having a disposition to talk. (adjective)
  • Given to talking a great deal (adjective)

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Use "talkative" in a sentence
  • "I could make no reply, indeed I hardly spoke another word the rest of the evening; so little talkative is the fulness of contentment."
  • "But in their preface to the poem they make the further point (borrowed, with due acknowledgment, from critic Christopher Ricks) that voluble in its modern sense -- "talkative" -- is what the serpent is about to become."
  • "But in their preface to the poem they make the further point (borrowed, with due acknowledgment, from the critic Christopher Ricks) that voluble in its modern sense -- "talkative" -- is what the serpent is about to become."