Containing or given to too much talk: a talky, boring play. (adjective)
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Use "talky" in a sentence
"But the play mostly unfolds in short, talky scenes"
"What else would you call the talky, stream-of-consciousness"
"Usually I really like QT and I'm not a fan of cutting any movie by 40 minutes but I had the chance to see the Cannes version too, and the one thing it earned its bad reviews for was the terrible pacing and structure, not for being too "talky"."