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Definition of "tawk" [tawk]

  • Eye dialect spelling of talk, representing New York City English. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tawk" in a sentence
  • "Arianna sat down to "tawk" with Fran Drescher on Tuesday."
  • "The real reason was so Mr. Ed could get up there and hold up an iPhone and look all cool with his flowing gray locks and his faux Kennedy accent and "tawk" about "the wondahs of wyuless technawlogy" and the "sheeah wizahdwy of wyuless enjuneewing.""
  • "Matilda, an '' at shoo wor nobbut twenty-five year old, an 'had two nice little properties ov her own, an' he tell'd her 'at he had a share in a big consarn, an' after they'd met an 'walked an' tawk'd a few times he began ta be varry anxious for her to name th 'happy day."
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