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Use "talkier" in a sentence
"But a new analysis of 22 years of applied psychological research shows that teams tend to discuss information they already know and that "talkier" teams are less effective."
"Research by academics from the University of North Carolina has suggested that when teams talk they tend to discuss information they already know and that "talkier" teams are often less effective than those that just get on with the job."
"He thought of the plainer yet somehow so much lovelier, talkier Evelyn from all those years ago—the one who held his face in her hands under the stars on a romantic camping trip to Mount Shasta and told him she loved him; the one that said, “I do.”"