talk[ tawk ]SEE DEFINITION OF talk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TALK
They rile me—that talk about 'people in the humbler walks of life.'
The laughter and talk were as little subdued as the scheme of the rooms.
I haven't told you yet the reason—a new reason—why you must talk to Avice.
People can talk all they want to about your bein' just a dub—I won't believe 'em.
The music flooded the hall and the room, so that the talk died low.
And he's likely to talk the most execrable slang, or to quote Browning.
He had seen her only at a distance since their talk at Newport.
Sit here, and we'll talk it over sensibly, before you get ready.
Just sit around and talk wise about me all you want to, but watch.
"That's the way to talk, darlint," said his mother, approvingly.