chatty[ chat-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chatty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHATTY
For a time our coffee made us chatty, and our conversation was animated.
That is to say, she was chatty; and to be chatty is no slight recommendation at sea.
Lingard put the chatty on the table and looked at him in attentive silence.
She was chatty as a camp bird, and saw everything, and wanted to know about it.
She was chatty and intensely friendly with them all during the brief drive.
She liked to be chatty and folksy while she was servin', too.
"Cheap trippers come over for the day, no doubt," said Chatty.
"It was a near shave for several of us," said Chatty soberly.
"I feel just as doubtful over English language," said Chatty Burns.
"Beautiful day for golf," I observed in my gay, chatty manner.