One who talks, especially a loquacious or garrulous person.(noun)
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Use "talker" in a sentence
""The dame nivver were much of a talker -- not to say a _talker_, thoo knows; but mark me, she loves a crack all the same.""
"It is what we call a talker, nothing more, nothing less."
"Then Henry, who was stubborn and difficult, and Hap, who was a talker from the beginning."