I hear dem talky, talky, when dey no tink I listen, just as before.
Yes, massa; him talky English, him serve board English ship.
But other times he's choppy and talky and has a hard time getting into the saddle.
Moreover, he was talky, aggressive, and more inclined to be heard and felt.
I didn't take much stock in Spies and Parsons—long-winded, talky, wild fellows.
Of course her running around with freaks, the way she did—artists and talky women, was a handicap.
“Mormon he talky this way” (now extending two fingers, to show he understood them to talk with double tongue).
He would wag his head and answer, "You good man, no talky all the time, makey me sick."
The boots were for the boys, but Mrs. Blount did the buying and it was a long and talky process.
"You don't seem to be quite so sassy and talky as you was when I first came in, Shavin's," he sneered.